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Edition of August 31-September 6, 2007 



RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY 



Antioch deals with flooding 

The August rainfall has left Its mark on 
Antioch, with the two hardest-hit areas being 
the Fox River Bridge and the Fox River Springs 
subdivision. Antioch received 17.96 inches of 
rain compared to the the 4.5 inches it 
normally gets in August. . "> 

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GET OUT AND GO 



Five things to do in and 
around Lake County: 



Webejammiri' 

Saturday, Sept. 1 

Eighth annual street dance 
and food drive will take place 
on Main Street in Wauconda. 
Info: (847) 526-5580 



Luck of the Irish 
Saturday-Monday 

Three days of all things Irish 
wilt be on display at the 
Historic Village of Long Grove. 
Info: (847) 634-0888 



Creating cars 

Sunday, Sept. 2 

An auto parts swap meet 
and classic car show will be 
.at Lake County Fairgrounds, 
(630)876-1042 



Silent Waters 

Friday and Saturday 

A play based on the Katrina 
disaster will be performed at 
Greenbelt Cultural Center. 
(847) 968-3477 

AH aboard 

Saturday;: 

The sixth annUaj.Cardboard ' 
Boat Races will be at Lindy's 
Landing in Wauconda. 
Info: (847) 526-9789 



WHAT'S INSIDE 



Neighbor ..3A 

Births 4A 

LakeLife ...........IB 

Movies 3B 

Obituaries 8A 

Opinion... ....11A 

Sports 7B 

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By STEVE PETERSON 

■ speterson@nwnewsgroup.com 

,LAKE VILLA - Local police and 
fire departments had a chance to 
take a break from flood-related 
duties and play softbaU for a good 
cause recently at the Crosstown 
Classic. 

The event took place Aug. 25 at 
Lake Villa Baseball Park and fea- 
tured a baseball ball-drop from a hel- 
icopter and eight Softball teams, 
About 200 baseballs were dropped 
from the helicopter at the fundraiser 
for area youth baseball. 

"With all the rain we've had, it is 
amazing that we're able to play," tour- 
nament director Rich Coles said. 

Several groups and individuals 
were honored for their support of 
Lake Villa Baseball Park throughout 
the years. Those, honored were the 
Lindenhurst Civic-Men's and 
Women's Clubs and Rick Tippett, 
Dave Harms, and Jay Barner, of 
Superior Paving. The memory of 
Luke Lukemeyer also was honored. 

"The Lindenhurst Civic Center 
was sold. The club donated its $40,000 
proceeds to us," Coles said. "Superior 
Paying donated the work on the new 
pavement at the park. It's a great 
community event. 

"They never forgot [Lukemeyerl, 
and there will be a plaque at the 
entrance." 

Also on hand for the fundraiser 
was State Rep. JoAnn Osmond, R- 
Antioch. 

"It's all Tor the kids. We finished 
fourth last year," Osmond said. 

The Osmond tlamily put together 
a team in memory of JoAnn's'late 
-husband and state representative,?, 
Tim Osmond. ■■;';, ;^£ , t ' 
- Lake Villa FifefResoue ^donated 
$1,000.' ■ *«'•* >:- •• - 

"It's great,", said Tpni Lippert, of 
the Lindenhurst Gre^n Wave team. 
"All the proceeds.go ttf.the kids." 

Lake Villa Township took home 
the first-place trophy after a 0-2 
record for the Cabooses;' 

"It's a great tournament. This is 

the second year we've won this ti*o- 

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Village of Fox Lake player Pattie Galowitch is congratulated by teammate Rob Rand after scoring a run during the Crosstown 
Classic Softball tournament at the Lake Villa Township Baseball Complex. The tournament pitted municipal teams from Antioch, 
lake Villa, Lindenhurst and Fox Lake against each other to raise money for the Lake Villa Township baseball league. 



phy," Tom Simi, a player for Lake 
Villa Township said. "We had fun and 
worked hard. We had more girls than j 
the other teams." 

The Lake Villa Baseball and 
Spftb'air ^b^a^j^amunafle; a.i run, to^ 
the final 'fouVfeams because of home 
runs. Mike Burnett hit a grand slam 
in one game, and Roger Rotundo had 
a trip around the mound, too. 

Before going against the Pox Lake t 
Police, Rotundo commented on his 
team's preparations for the event. 

"We had one practice," he said. 
"Almost all the coaches and payers 
are back from last year." 

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Softball team won the game against 
the Fox Lake Police Department. The 
team then ousted the Osmonds. 

Lake Villa queens Miss Stephanie 
Corcllius, Junior Miss Angelina 
Della-Peruta and Little Miss LLndsey 



Kuzmanith sold 50-50 raffle tickets 
during the day. 

"We had an amazing response," 
Corcillus said. 

i 1)V Lindenhurst Green Wave kept, its 
•'hopes alive, with an 11-i win over the 

village of Antioch. " l-"'- . , -,. _.. 

"I'm very proud of the whole 

jeam,":, 'Antioch Village Board 

President Dorothy Larson said. 

^'"We had 'a great time," said 

Antioch staffer Jim -Keim after 

receiving the seventh-place trophy 

Fox Lake Police survived a fight to 
the finish with an 8-7 win over Lake 
Villa. Fox Lake Police Chief Mike 
Behan pitched that game. 



SPORTS 





>> PrepSports 

Close, but no go for North 

Football new kids' Lakes and Grayslake 
North clash on Grayslake Central's new 
turf. Who would win? [PAGE 7B 

A win to remember 

After an 0-9 season last year, Antioch 
wanted to start the season on a high 
note. And they did by beating Grayslake 
Central 27-7. PAGE7B 

» Can'tMiss 

Boys soccer 

Grant Invitational at Grant, 9 a.m., 
Saturday, Sept. 1 

Girts tennis 

Grant at Antioch, 4:30 p.m., Thursday, 
Sept. 6 

» Sidelines 

Prep football started with a bang as six 
games were won by a touchdown or 
less, Sports editor Daniel J, Patrick relays 
what a great year 2007 looks to be after 
week one. PAGE7B 



LAKELIFE 



» OnTheCover 

Local band Chevelle performed at 
the first-ever AugustFest on Aug. 
25 at the Lake County Fairgrounds, 
along with several other bands. The 
fairgrounds is planning another 
music event in mid September. 
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» ElementsOfTheRidiculous 



Columnist Jana 
Thompson gives 
readers a vocabulary 
lesson with her own 
words - just in time '. 
for back-to-school. 
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IN MOTION 



Most of us in Lake 
County saw during the 
last week just how mean 
a punch 

motner mtv&me&o 
nature 

can 

pack. 
Check 
out our 
compre- 
hensive video project 
documenting the flooding 
throughout the area at 
LakeCountyJoumals.com 
by clicking on the 
Multimedia link. 




WEEKEND OUTLOOK 



FRIDAY, AUG. 31 

HIGH: 76 
LOW: 60 

SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 

^ HIGH: 81 
LOW: 61 

SUNDAY, SEPT. 2 

HIGH: 81 
LOW: 65 

I Source: CBS2 Chicago 
Updates 24/7 at LakeCountyIoumals.com 



This week's question 

How do you feel the flood response 
was.managed? 

A) Emergency personnel and volun- 
teers couldn't have done better. 

B) It showed how a community can 
come together In times of crisis. 

. C) Response should have been faster. 
•; D) It was not well-organized. 

Last week's results 

. What will the Cubs be doing Oct. 1? 

• Waiting 'til next year after a late- 
season collapse. (48 percent) - 

• Celebrating a division title and 
preparing for the playoffs. (40 percent) 

• Celebrating a wild-card berth and , 
preparing for playoffs. (12 percent) 




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>> QuotepfTheWeek 

"We've got bad news all over the place." 

—Antioch Township Supervisor and volunteer for Antloch's rescue squad Steve 

Smouse, on the recent flooding In Antioch and other areas (See story on 4A) - 



» NewsYouNeed 

This week's top local stories: 
- • The Waukegan Air Show will be Sept. 8 at.Waukegan Regional Airport 3A \ 

• Antioch Township gets three new alert sirens, 4A 

• A film company is considering using Lehmann Mansion for a horror movie. 4A 



» Editor'sChoice 



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Chrli Krug • Group Editor 




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OURNALS 

J, HiortMi Shaw • 
General Manager 



"Serving our communities 

to make them better 

places to live." 



It's been a long week for a lot of 
people. 

Once the rain started, it seemed 
like it would never stop. 

Volunteers from local schools, 
businesses and even the Great Lakes 
Naval Base jumped at the opportuni- 
ty to help people in areas that were 
most severely affected by the flood- 
ing. 

Emergency, personnel were 
required to step up efforts. 

Gov. Rod Blagojevich even showed 
up in ; ;Fox Lake to promise support, 
from the state. 

The villages that required atten- 
tion stretched from the western por- 
tion of the county such as Fox Lake 




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and all the way east to villages such 
as Gurnee. And the Lake County 
Journals we're there to. cover all of 
it. ■ . ..■ .'. • ■■ 

Staff reporter Steve Peterson did 
a great job immersing himself into 
Fox Lake and the surrounding area. 
He wrote several stories from a vari- 



ety of angles and showed just how 
multifaceted the natural disaster 
was. 

We also had good coverage from 
our photo staff. Our photographers 
rolled up their pants and waded 
through water to get visual docu- 
mentation of what was happening as 
flood levels rose. 

Our videographers and multime- 
dia staff put together some amazing, 
presentations as well, which can be 
found on our Web site, 
LakeCountyJournals.com. 

That Web site, of course, was a 
valuable tool for our reporters as the 
story developed. 

While our print edition comes out 



once a week, the floods exemplified 
how we function as a daily paper, 
providing updates and new informa- 
tion sometimes on an hourly basis. 

And. the story is not . over yet. 
Villages and individuals will spend a 
good deal of time recovering and 
rebuilding now that the waters have 
receded.. We'll cover that angle, too, 
of course. 

Let me know what you thought of 
our flood coverage by e-maillng me 
atmpera@nwnewsgroup.com. 

Thanks for reading the Journal, 
in print and online. 

• Matt Pera is the news editor for 
the Lake County Journals. 



Center stage 




One-year-old Lili 
Strumberger, of 
Fox Lake, stands 
next to mem- 
bers of her 
kinder group, as 
they sing 
German folk 
songs during 
Helmatfest at 
the American 
Aid Society, of 
German 
Descendants in 
Lake Villa. 
Helmatfest also 
is known as 
German 
Heritage 
Remembrance. 



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believe a factual error has 
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it to our attention. 

Call Matt Pera at (847) 223- 
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» InBrief 

Donations needed 
Back-to-school supplies are 
being collected and distributed' 
at the Open Arms Mission, 
1548 S. Main St., Antioch. A 
donation of $11 will provide a 
child in need with an age- 
appropriate school supply kit. 
Another $6 donation will pro- 
vide a back pack. Donations 
can be sent to Open Arms 
Mission. For more information, 
call the mission at (847) 395- . 
0309. 



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Last movie I saw: , 

"Bourne Ultimatum" ' 

Favorite band or music right now: 

Chris Tomlin 

Last book I've read: 

'Gun Lake" 

Favorite restaurant: 

TGI Fridays (in Gumee) 

Favorite meal: 

Dinner 

If I could have one super power, 
, it would be: 

Wisdom • • 

Rent a movie at home or go to the 
theater? 

Theater , 

What is your dream Job? 

Basketball Coach 

What's your dream car? 
Aston Martin 

My pet peeve is: 

Me! 



• If you have a "Neighbor", whom we 

should profile in this column, call the 

Lake County Journals at (847) 223-8161, 

or e-mail antioch@ivecktyfoumals.com 

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Amite Christie file pholo - achriitle^mvnewgroupxom 

Wing walker Tony Kazian pays tribute to those affected by September 11 as he holds an American flag in the air on the wing of Davie 
Dacy's 500-hp Super Stearman. The tribute was part of the fifth annual Waukegan Air Show. This year's show will be Sept. 8 at 
Waukegan Regional Airport and will feature a classic car exhibit. 




Classic cars added to 
Waukegan Air Show 

By JESSICA JACOBS EN 
]jacobsen@nwnewsgn>up,com 

WAUKEGAN - Many people recent- 
ly flocked to Chicago for Its Air and 
Water Show, but if* they didn't get 
enough of those high-flying tricks, 
there Is another option In Lake County 

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 8, 
Waukegan Regional Airport, at 3580 N. 
McAree Road, will be home to the sixth 
annual Waukegan Air Show. An added 
bonus to this free show will he a classic 
cars exhibit, said Jim Stanczak, 
Waukegan Regional Airport manager. 
Stanczak said that adding the antique 
cars was a side feature to broaden the 
show. 

The feature flights, however,.might 
grab a little more attention. 



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What's that in the sky? 

What: Sixth annual Waukegan Air Show 
When: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 8 
Where: Waukegan Airport, 3580 N. 
McAree Road in Waukegan 
. Aerial show: 1 to 3:30 p.m. 



"It's going to be a nice display of 
aircrafts," Stanczak said. , 

The aerial portion of the show is set 
to begin at 1 p.m. and will feature 
returning acts such as the T-28 Trojan 
Horsemen' and the L-39 ' Hoppers, 
which perform high-energy aerobic 
routines. 

Stanczak said the Waukegan Ah* 
Show does more than just entertain 
patrons. 

"It exposes the local community to 
the airport," he said. 
' The number of attendees continues 
to grow each year, Stanczak said, so he 




Annie Christie file photo • KhristleSmvnewsgrmjp.com 

Pictured is a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter 
at last year's Waukegan Air Show; 

expects about 15,000 people to come to 
this year's show. And that is a good 
thing for the Boys and Girls Club of 
Lake County because any leftover prof- 
its will be given to the organization. 

"This is something new," Stanczak 
.said about donating to the club. 

For more information about the 
Waukegan Air Show, call (847) 244-0055 
or visit www.waukeganairshow.com. 



says goodbye 

This will be the last Our Town I 
will ever write. I recently accepted a 
job offer with another newspaper, 
and my last day with the Lake 
County Journals was Aug. 24. 

For the time being, an intern and 
freelancers will cover my old stomp- 
ing' grounds. 

If you have any questions, send 
them to Matt Pera, our hews editor. 
He can be reached at 
mpera@nwnewsgroup.com. 

Thanks for letting me cover your 
communities for nearly two years; 
I'll always look back fondly on this 
time. OK, before I start getting 
teary-eyed, here's some news: 

Residents will probably notice a 
•new traffic light at the intersection 
of Sand Lake Road and Beck Road. 
The Lake County Division of. 
Transportation turned on the 
device last week. 

Officials hope the new signal will 
keep B.J. Hooper students safer 
when they cross the two roads. 

You like music, food, and games, 
right? 

' Then you better go to the 
Lakeside Festival that St. Peter Parish 

will host from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on 

Saturday, Sept. 8, at Turtle Beach 

Marina, 42273 Woodbine Ave. in 

Antiochl 

. ' The event serves as a fundraiser 

Tor the Antioch church. 

For more information, call 
Donna or Jim Pasquesi at (847) 838- 
1175. 

You can also e-mail them at don : 
napasquesi@ameritech.net. 



• If you have interesting information or 
anecdotes to submit for "Our Town," e-mail 
news editor Matt Pera at mpera@ 
nwnewsgroup.com. . 



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By TARA CLIFTON; 

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ANTIOCH -Just like many 
other northern Lake County 
towns, Antioch has spent the 
last week-and-a-half trying to 
keep its head above flood 
waters. < 

Rescue crews have been 
canvassing the village and 
township where heavy rain- 
fall has caused flooding. 

"We've got bad news all 
over the place," said Steve 



Smouse, Antioch Township 
Supervisor and a volunteer 
for the village's rescue squad. 

Smouse said that Antioch 
had received 17.96 inches of 
rain in August so far; 

Usually that number hov- 
ers near 4.5 inches. 

Two of the hardest-hit 
areas were the Fox River 
Bridge and Fox River Springs 
subdivision, Smouse said. 

In a press release, 
Antioch's , Director of 
Emergency Management, Lee 



Shannon, urged residents to 
pay attention to radio and tel- ; 
evision weather reports. 

Inside ' homes, furnaces 
and water heaters should be 
kept above water level, as well 
as electrical systems and. 
components. 

Those with piers and boats 
should make sure both are ! 
tied down properly. ■ 

In case an emergency, the 
Emergency Management 
Department can be reached at 
(847) 395-9462. 




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Jan Todd wades through the water in her backyard on the banks of 
the Fox River near Antioch. 



Blazing saddles 




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Fifteen-year-old Anna Broughton, of Zion, prepares Foxy to give pony rides during the Zion Farmers 
Market. Also pictured is 12-year-old Kyle Cholewinski, of Beach Park, with Blaze. The ponies were sup- 
plied by Patch 22 in Wadsworth. 



» Births 

Alexandra Juliana Lamb, a 
daughter, was born June 27 at 
Victory Memorial Hospital in 
Waukegan, to Noah and Jodi 
Lamb of Lake Villa. 

Her sisters are Lauren, 2 and 
Krystal.Clymer, 22. , 



Grandparents are George and 
Mary Lamb of Ingleside and 
Barbara Trier of 
Carpentersville and (the late) 
Edward Trier. 

Olivia Hope Miller, a daugh- 



ter, was born June 27 at Lake 
Forest Hospital to Chris and 
Jennifer Miller of Lindenhurst. 
Her sister is Brooke, 3. 
Grandparents are Jan Fabry of 
Lindenhurst and Donna and . 
Pete Miller of .Gages Lake. 



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» AntiochTownship 




to get alert sirens 



ByTARACUFTON 

tclifton@nwnewsgroiip.com 

ANTIOCH .TOWNSHIP - 
About four years after he 
started saving money, Steve 
Smouse is seeing the fruits of 
his efforts. 

Smouse, Antioch 

Township supervisor, said he 
has used parts ef township 
and civil defense funds to pay 
for three sirens that have 
. been installed throughout the 
township. 

The sirens, mounted on 
telephone poles, will sound 
during weather and . civil 
defense emergencies, and also 
during monthly tests, Smouse 
said. 

The new sirens are at the 
Antioch Township office, 1625 
Deep Lake Road in Lake Villa, 
Emmons School, and Grass 
Lake School. 

The monthly tests will be 
at 10 a.m. on the first Tuesday 
of each month starting in 
Septemben'Smouse said. • 

Before these three sirens 



were installed, the only other 
.alert siren was on top of the 
water tower on' Toft Avenue, 
which was difficult for those 
In the village to hear, much 
less township residents, 
Smouse said. 

. Smouse said he applied for 
grants to pay for the three 
new sirens, but was denied. 
The cost for all three sirens is 
a little less than $100,000. 

Smouse said he hopes to 
eventually install two more 
sirens,- one near the Grass 
Lake bridge and one by 
Channel Lake. 

. When used, for .actual 
emergencies, the sirens will 
sound, and then an audio 
recording will tell residents 
what type of emergency is 
happening and what they can 
do to protect themselves, 
Smouse said. 

During tests, only an audio 
message will play. 

"Hopefully this will mini- 
mize the number of phone 
calls to 911 during bad weath- . 
er," Smouse said. 



» LakeVilla 




to scream at 



Lehmann Mansion considered for horror film 



. ByTARACUFTON 

tclifton@nwncwsgroup.coni 

LAKE VILLA - Lehmann 
Mansion could have a spooky 
look to it. 

FIRM Production Services 
In Elk Grove Village has 
approached village and 
Lehmann Mansion officials 
about shooting a j horror 
movie at the historical Lake 
Villa landmark. 

"They wanted to get that 
mansion look," said Eddie 
Bauer, a spokesperson for the 
mansion. "But it's not definite 
yet." 

. Bauer said FTRM represen- 
tatives talked to Lehmann 
heads about using the man- 
sion, its basement, and the 
grounds for an upcoming PG* 
13 thriller. 

FIRM could not be reached 
for comment. 

Bauer said that the film 
won't have any nudity, vio- 
lence, or anything else too 
inappropriate because the vil- 
lage and Lehmann officials 
wouldn't allow It. 

"They can only do so 
much," Bauer said. 

Village President Frank 
Loffredo said that he and the 
Village Board think that the 



ft 



It's a great location. 

Those stately 
buildings have an 
aura about them. 

, Frank Loffredo 

Lake Villa village president 

filming could be a great 
opportunity for Lake Villa. • 

"It's a great location," 
Loffredo said. "Those stately 
buildings have an aura about 
them." 

Bauer and Loffredo said 
that all the productlon'compa- 
ny needs is liability insur- 
ance and funding to get the 
movie started. 

Bauer said that if FIRM 
decides to use Lehmann 
Mansion, the studio plans to, 
begin filming at the end of 
October and through all of 
November. 

"They're nice people and 
they Just wanted to keep it 
local," Bauer, said. 

"This company is working 
around our schedule," he 
said. 



>^PollceBeat 



St. Peter Parlsff 

Invites You To Their 

2nd Annual 

Community 
Lakeside Festival 
^ Pig Roast 

Saturday, 

September 8th, 2007 

11am until 7pm 



At TURTLE BEACH MARINA - 

Home of the "Thirsty Turtle" 

42273 Woodbine Avenue, Antioch 



MAIN EVENTS 

• Pig Roast • Whistle Junction Quartet 

• Bingo on the Beach • Teen Music & Fun 

• Senior Kitchen Band • Unique Kids Entertainment 
Dancing by the Surf » Exdting Raffles 



50/50 DRAWING - You Could Win Up To $tO r OOO! 

(Tickets $10 onch - 2,000 tlckols available) 



People named here have onfy been 

charged ydth these crimes, not. 

convi c ted Information m Mice Beat 

comes from heal police records. 



GURNEE 

No vafid driver's license 

Alberto Diaz, 325 Franklin St., 
no valid license, Aug. 27. 

Roberto Aguifar, 40, 603 
Helrholz, Waukegan, no valid 
license, Aug. 27. 

Domestic battery 

Scott R.Radasch r 43, 481 
Inverness Drive Gurnee, domes- 
tic battery, Aug. 27. 

tlllw ml 

warrant - 

Baltazar O.' Reyes,26, 2817 N. 
Moody, Chicago, in-state war- 
rant, Aug. 27. 

Retail theft 

Lakoya S. Hayes, 18, 2307 
Galilee Ave., Zion, retail theft, 
Aug. 27. 

ScheleneC Scott, 18, 3000 
Salem Blvd., Zion, retail theft, 
Aug. 27. 

Driving while suspended 
Joshua Perez, 23, expired reg- 
istration, improper use of regis- 
tration, no insurance, driving 
while license suspended, Aug. 
27. 

- i 

Possession 

Pamela Taylor, 45, 6364 S. King 
Drive, Chicago, possession of 
marijuana, Aug, 27. 

Ashley Kelly, 17, 710 
Washington, Oak Park, Aug. 25. 

Felony retail theft 
Shasta Goodson, 34, 2826 N. 
35th St., Milwaukee, felony retail 
theft, Aug. 24. 

ISLAND LAKE 
Domestic battery 

Michelle Franklin, 46, 4015 
Roberts Road, domestic battery 
Aug. 23. ' • 

Suspended-revoked license 

, JohnC.Rodriquez l 25,629 
- Minerva^Ave'.; Waucbnda, equip- 
ment violation, driving with a 
suspended or revoked license, . 
driving without proof of insur- 
ance, Aug. 24. . 

Kirstin N. Karnas, 21, 3707 Hale 
Lane, Island Lake, driving with 
expired registration, driving with 
a suspended or revoked license, 
driving without proof of insur- 
ance, Aug. 26. 

Sexual assault 
Wayne E.Noska, 37, 3024 Max 
Court, Island Lake, battery, crim- 
inal sexual assault, unlawful - 
restraint, Aug. 25. 




» LocalDigest 

New beginning 

Starting on Sunday, Sept. 9, 
Chain of Lakes Community Bible 
Church will have new Sunday 
service times. 

The first service is from 8 to 9 
a.m., and the second is 9:30 to 
10:30 a.m. The third service is 
from 11 a,m. to noon. 

Parents have several options ' 
for their children regarding . 
Sunday School. HarvestLand 
. Nursery is offered for newborns 
through 24 months through all 
three services. HarvestLand is 
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. for 
grades kindergarten through 
12th. And HarvestLand Praise is 
for kids 2 through 5th grade 
from 11 a.m. to noon, 

For more informatfon, call 
(847) 838-0103 or log onto 
www.clcbc.com. 

An affair to remember 
The Antioch Library Friends 
will host a antique appraisal. 
The 2007 Antique Appraisal 
Affair is from 2 to 5 p.m. on Oct. 
7, at the Lakes Region Historical 
Society Meeting House at 977 
Main St. in Antioch. Each person 
is allowed one item to appraise. 
Cost is $12 a person for 
Friends members, and $16 for 
non-members. Registration is . 
required. To register, visit the 
upstairs reference desk at the 
Antioch Public Library District or 
call Amy Blue at (847) 395 : ' 
0874. 



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• Alcoholic's Anonymous meet- 
ings. Several meetings throughout 
Lake County on a daily basis, Call (847) 
362-1811 or visit www.districtlOnia.org 
for meeting information. . 

ANTIOCH 

•Operation Touch a Life presen- 
tation, 10:45 a.nvnoon, Sunday, Sept. 
9. Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, 
1501 Deep Lake Rd. Dr. Eugene Krentz 
wilt show how this mission endeavor 
makes a difference in Central Asia. For 
more Information, call (847) 395-9400. 

• Sub-committee meetings of 
Antioch Village Board. 7 p.m, first 
Mondays. Committee meetings of the 
whole follow at 8 p.m. in the Village 
Hall Board Room, 874 Main St. 



• Bingo. 12:45 p.m., Mondays. The 
Senior Center. Call (847) 395-0139 for 
details. 

• Bingo. 6:45 p.m., Tuesdays. 
Antioch VTW. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. 
Call (847) 395-5393 for more Informa- 
tion. 

• Pinochle, 12:30 p.m., Thursdays 
and Fridays. The Senior Center. Call 
(847) 395-0139 for details. 

• Antioch Network of Wends 
meeting. 7 p.m, first Tuesdays. 
Community Building, 884 Main St., 
back entrance. A multiple sclerosis 
support group. Call Louise at (847) 
395-1317 or Rachel at (847) 973-1808 
for details. 

• Take Off Pounds Sensibly 
meeting. 6 p.m., Wednesdays, weigh- 



In, 7 p.m. meeting. The Senior Center, 
817 Holbek Dr. Call Dorothy at (847) 
395-7407 or Betty at (847) 838-3907 
for m ore inf ormation. 

• AFFTER (Advocates for 
Fibromyalgia Funding. Treatment 
Education and Research) support 
group meeting. 10 a.m.-noon, first 
Saturdays. Antioch's Community 
Building, 884 Main St. Call (847) 362 : 
7807 or go to www.AFFTER.org for 
more Information. 

• Khvanis dub of Antioch meet- 
ing. Noon, Tuesdays. Petrucci's Italian 
Market & Cafe, 311 Depot St The public 
is welcome to Join and share expert- . 
once, knowledge and service project 
Ideas. Contact Melissa at (847) 489- 
8044, e-mail at mjrlgoni@hotmall.com, 



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NORTH ■ August 31, 2007' Page 5A 



or Larry Mondie at (847) 650-9530, e- 
mail at brscoops@aol.com for more 
Information. 

• The Meeting House Museum. 11 
a.m.-3 p.m, first Saturdays. See original 
photos of Antioch and a veterans' 
exhibit of photos and memorabilia from 
the Civil War through the Gulf War. 

•Antique Bottle Club of 
Northern Illinois. 7:30 p.m., first 
Wednesdays. Antioch Senior Center, 
817 Holbek Dr. . 

• Antioch Garden Club meeting. 
6:45 p.m, first Mondays. United 
Methodist Church, 848 Main St. All are 
welcome. Call Debbie at (847) 395- 
4699 to learn more. 

■ Northern Lake County Quitters 
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Wednesdays. Antioch Township Center 
on Deep Lake Rd. north of Grass Lake 
Rd, Call Madelyn Anderson at (847) 
651-8349 to learn more. 

• Lakes Area Community Band 
rehearsal. 7-9 p.m., Mondays. 
Antioch Community High School band 
room. Area musicians high school age 
and older are welcome to Join. No ' 
auditions. Call Debbie Davis at (847) . 
395-0272 to learn more. 

• Open gym. 7-9 p.m., Sundays. 
Antioch Community High School. $2. 
Adults only. 

GRAYSLAKE 

• 23rd Annual Skip's Swap Meet 
and Car Show. 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Sunday, 
Sept. 2. Lake County Fairgrounds, Rts, 
120 and 45. Admission is $7, children ' 
aged 6-11 $2. For more Information, 
call (630) 876-1042 or visit 
skipsusa.com. 

• Lake County Council for 
Seniors meeting. 9:30-11 a.m., 
Thursday, Sept. 6. State Bank of the 
Lakes, 50 Commerce. Dr. Dan Hurley 
and Colleen Caron present "A Good 
Laugh for a Better Back." For more 
Information, call (847) 244-1720. 

• Zurko's Antique Market 8 a.m.- 
3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 9. Lake County 
Fairgrounds, Rts. 120 and 45. For more 
information, call (715) 526-9769 or 
visit www2urkopromotlons.com. 

• National Alliance for the 
MerrtaDy III of lake County gener- 
al meeting. 7 p.m., first Wednesdays. 
State Bank of the Lakes, 50 Commerce 
Dr. Families, friends, consumers and 
those interested in learning more 
about mental illness, treatment and 
recovery are welcome to attend, 

GURNEE 

• Daniel Wright Toastmasters 
Club meeting. 7-9 p.m., first and third 
Tuesdays. In-Laws Restaurant, 720 
Milwaukee Ave. Members meet to 
develop communication and leader- 
ship skills. For more Information, call 
Sam Valenti at (847) 722-2828, or visit 
http , y/danielwrightfreetoastho5t.org. 

• Lake County Camera Club 
meeting. 6:30 p.m., peer-to-peer dis- 
cussion and socializing; 7:30 p.m, 
meeting, first Fridays. Warren 
Township Center, east crafts room, In 
park on southwest comer of Almond 
and Washington. All skill levels, digital 
and film, welcome. Call Mike Ament at 
(847) 356-6937 (noon-6 p.m.) to learn 
more. 

INGLESIDE 

• Grant Township Board meet- 
ing. 7 p.m., first and third Tuesdays. 
Administration Center, 26725 W. 
Molidor Rd. Call (847) 740-2233 to 
i learn more. 

LAKE VILLA ■ 

• Meet author Mta Leonard. 2 

p.m., Sunday, Sept 9. Lake Villa District 
Library, 1001 E. Grand Ave. The author 
or The Ride of Our Lives" will speak . • . 
and follow with a book signing. For 
more information, call (847) 356-7711 
orvisitwww.lvdl.org 

•Civil War Ball. 6-11 p.m., 
Saturday, Sept 15. $50 per person 
Includes candlelight tour of the Civil 
War Encampment, dinner, music, danc- 
ing and a chance to dine with 
President and Mrs. Lincoln and/or one 
of his generals. Tickets available at 
Lake Villa Village Halt, 65 Cedar Ave, or 
by mail from Lake Villa Historical * 
Society, P.O. Box 519, Lake Villa, IL 
60046. 

• Lake Villa Ptan Commission 
meeting. 7:30 p.m., first Wednesdays. 

• Weigh to Win meeting. 7-8 p.m., 
Tuesdays. Calvary Christian Center, 
Monaville Rd. Call (847) 356-6181 to 
learn more. 

• Lake Villa Township AARP 
Chapter 3978 board meeting. 10:30 
am., first Thursdays. Township Offices. 

• Lake Villa Historical Society 
meeting. 7 p.m., first Tuesdays. Lake 
Villa Village Hall, 65 Cedar Ave. For 
more information, call Sue at (847) 
265-8685 or Alyce at (847) 356-6100. 

UBERTYVILLE 

• Northeastern Illinois Rose 
Society Annual Rose Show. 12:30-5 

p.m., Sunday, Sept. 1 Lambs Farm, 
Country Inn Restaurant banquet room, 
14245 Rockland Rd. Admission Is free. 

• National Society of the 



Daughters of the American ' 
Revolution, Ansel Brainefd Cook 
Chapter, meeting. 10 am., second 
•Saturdays. Libertyville Township Office, 
359 Merrill Ct. Interested women are 
welcome to attend. Call Sandra 
Michaels at (847) 249-0456 for addi- 
tional information. 

LINDENHURST 

• Undenhurst Planning 
Commission meeting. 7 p.m., first 
and third Wednesdays. Village Hall 
Board Room, 2301 E. Sand Lake Rd. . 
Call (847) 356-8252 to learn more. 

• Undenhurst Sanitary District 
meeting. 7:30 p.m., first Thursdays. 
Village Hall. Call (847) 356-8252 to 
learn more. 

• Free blood pressure screening. 
8 am.-noon, Mondays. The Village at 
Victory Lakes Continuing Care Center. 
Call (847) 356-5900 to learn more. 

• Undenhurst/Lakes Area 
Khvanis Club meeting. 7:30-8:30 
a.m., first and third Thursdays. Victory 
Lakes Continuing Care Center. For 
information, call (847) 356-7912. 

• American Sewing Guild group, 
"Running in Stitches," meeting. 7 
p.m., first Thursdays. State Bank of the 
Lakes, Grand Avd. Call Mary Petit at 
(847) 356-9242 or Janet at (847) 265- 
7932 for additional information. 

MUNDELEIN 

• Sitzmark Ski Club meeting. 8 

p.m., first-and third Wednesdays. El 
Barrio Restaurant, 1122 Diamond Lake 
Rd. Year-round activities. Call Kevin at 
(847) 548-2991 or visit www.sitzmark- 
sklclub.com to learn more. 

• Wood Carving Club meeting.' 2- 
5 p.m., first and third Tuesdays. 
Community Protestant Church, 418 N. 
Prairie. Call (847) 623-2072 for details. 

NORTHBROOK 

• North Suburban NeedleArts 
Guild meeting. 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, 
Sept 4. Gloria Dei Church, 1133 
Pflngsten Rd. Michelle Sales will pres- 
ent "Felt Making Yesterday and Today." 
Guests are welcome; $3 charge for 
non-members. For more information, 
visit www.needleartsguild.com. * 

ROUND LAKE 

• 3rd Annual Woof, Bark, 
Walk/Run. Noon, Sunday, Sept 9. 
Round Lake Area Park District Sports 
Center, 2004 Municipal Way. Benefits 
the Round Lake Area Park District 
Prairie Grass Nature Museum. 
Registration in advance Is available at 
Robert W. Rotek Community Center, 
814 Hart Rd., or onsite on the event 
day. 

SPRING GROVE 

• Spring Grave VMage Board 

meeting. 6 p.m., first and third 
Tuesdays. Council Chambers at the 
Municipal Centre, 7401 Meyer Rd. For 
more information, call (815) 675-212L 

THIRD LAKE 

• Lake County H.O.U.S.E. (Home- 
Oriented Unique Schooling 
Experience) activity meeting for 
children. 1 p.m., first Wednesdays. St 
Czar Lazar Church (no affiliation), 
35240 N. Grant St, Third Lake (off Rt. 
45 just south of Rollins Rd.) Call April 

Lee at (847) 949-0758 to learn more. 

■ 

WAUKEGAN 

• Catholic Charities foster par- 
ent informational meeting. 7-9 
p.m., first Tuesdays. Joseph Cardinal 
Bemardin Center, 671 S. Lewis. 
Individuals, couples and families inter- 
ested in providing foster homes for 
children In need of temporary shelter 
are asked to attend. For meeting regis- 
tration or more information, call Lucy 
Rivera at (847) 782-4249. 

• Lake County Coin Club meet- 
ing, 7:30 p.m., first Tuesdays. Jester's 
Lounge, 1500 Lewis Ave. Call Les at 
(847) 662-1955 to learn more. 

• Waukegan BMX monthly meet- 
ing. 7 p.m., first Thursdays. Henry Pfau 
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» LocalDeaths 



Marilyn Kulpinski, 73, Grayslake 
Virginia M. Gibson, 89, Round Lake Beach 
: Miller S. 'Dan' Pflager, 93, Chambersburg, Pa. 



Marshall E. Sparesus Sr., 90, Antioch 
Sherman W. St. Pierre, 84, Antioch 
Edward J. Mraz, 89, Antioch 



James Gerard O'Connor, 46, Antioch 

Donald M. Wojciechowski, 60, Waukegan 

OBITUARIES ON PAGE 8A 



» InBrief 

County looking for 
Web site feedback 

Lake County wants to know how it- 
can improve its Web site, 
www.co.lake.il.us. Residents can par* 
ticipate in an opportunity to help 
shape the future of the Web site and 
make it easier for customers to per- 
form government functions from 
home. 

Anyone interested in participating 
in a focus group can e-mail Lake 
County Communications at 
communications@co.lake.il.us. 

Participants are asked to commit 
no more than 2 hours of their time, 
according to a release from the 
county, and will participate in a 
group questton-and-answer session. 

The sessions will take place in 
early September, and there will be 
day and evening sessions available. 

Participants will receive a thank 
you gift for volunteering their time, 
according to the release. 

-Local reports 

Resource fair aids 
social workers 

The Mothers Trust Foundation, 
along with the Lake County 
Regional Office of Education and 
the Special Education District of 
Lake County hosted a Resource Fair 
Aug. 23 at Allendale's Bradley 
Counseling Center in Lake Villa. 

The event exposed school social 
workers and counselors to the 
child-focused services available in 
Lake County, according to a news 
release. 

The goal was to encourage col- 
laboration among service providers 
and expand use of services 
' available to children and families. 

There were 125 people at- the 
[presentations from representatives 
!of 25 Lake County social 
'agencies. 

The Mothers Trust Foundation is a 
;small but vital part of the commu- 
nity providing services to children 
■in Lake County. Its goal is to fill the 
gaps in social services for children 
by doing what others cannot. 

•Local reports, 

Illinois Beach State Park 
to host photo exhibit 

"The Exotic Everglades," a photo 
program by nature and wildlife pho- 
tographer Len Messlneo will take 
place Sept. 15 at Illinois Beach Park 
Resort. 

The Chicago Area Camera Clubs 
Association has recognized 
Messineo's accomplishments with 
many awards, including first place 
In Nature Photography competition 
several times. 

To make reservations for the pro- 
gram, which costs $15, call Lorri 
London at (773) 271-4938 or Karen 
Jump at (847) 498-5710 or e-mail 
ilduneslahd@aol.com. 

For directions to the resort, visit 
www.illinoisdunesland.org. 

•Local reports 



Dealing with the aftermath 




Rebckah Raleigh - tralelghgnwheralAeom 

Bob Paganucci, of Fox Lake, places sandbags in front of the door to his garage in an effort to slow flooding. 

Lake County residents recover from recent floods 

By STEVE PETERSON 

spGlcrson@nwncwsgroup.com • 

FOX LAKE - Village officials esti- 
mated that 15,000 sandbags were used 
and that bags continued to be delivered 
to residents on flooded streets on Aug. 
26, eight days after the rains started. 

Antioch Village President Dorothy 
Larson said she plans to sign a decla- 
ration that will start the process pf; 
recouping flood-control expenses. 

Also, state Rep. JoAnn Osmond, R- 
Antloch, responding to neighborhood 
concerns, said she tried to get answers 
about why the Chain 0' Lakes still was 
open to no wake. Both the lower and 
upper sections of the Fox River 
' remained closed Aug. 26, although the 
weekend was the start of an expected 
dry time. * 

t "The Lake County Sheriffs 
Department and Bud Scott,, of the Fox 
Waterway Agency, were very support- 
ive," Osmond said. 

In Gurnee, Patrick Muetz, assistant 
to the village administrator, said the 
village "dodged a bullet;" by avoiding 
much of the heavy rain that hit the 
area Aug. 23. The Des Plaines river . 
was expected to crest an estimated 9.8 
feet. 

Gurnee residents were able to pick 
up sandbags at Heroes of Freedom 
Park and Warren Township High 
School's O'Plaine Campus, 

Grant Community High School stu- 
dents pitched in during the Fox Lake 
sandbagging effort at the street depart- 
ment. 

During a visit Aug. 24 to Fox Lake, 
Gov. Rod Blagojevlch declared the 
counties of Lake, McHenry, Cook, and 
DuPage to be disaster areas. 

"Someday, these kids will be able to 
tell their kids about when it rained and 
rained," he said. "We're here to provide 
as much help to Fox Lake and all the 




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recent flooding in Lake 
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link. 






Candace It Johnson- wjnevwanwnewsgroup.com 

Jarrat Cox, 7, of Fox Lake, walks through the water at Lakefront Park In Fox Lake. 

"It is important for people to remain 
extremely cautious and to realize that 
it's not safe for anyone, particularly 
children, to attempt to play in flood 
waters," Blagojevlch said in a release. 

IDNR conservation officers report- 
ed instances of people entering flooded 
creeks and rivers with, pool flotation 
devices and quickly being swept into 
dangerous situations. So far, no deaths 
have been reported from these 
instances, but conservation officers 
are busy responding to calls for help. 

According to the National Weather 
Service, flooding is the 1 No. 1 severe- 
weather killer nationwide. Most flood- 
related deaths involve people in cars 
trying to cross flooded roadways or 
- children playing in floodwaters, which 
can have strong currents that aren't 
always obvious from the surface. 
Debris carried by floodwaters also 
increases risk of injury for anyone in 
the water. 



other affected areas [as possible.]" . 

Officials urged residents to stay 
away from flood water. 

Blagojevich said people should use, 
caution in still-dangerous floodwaters. 
The governor said conservation police 
from the Illinois Department of 
Natural Resources have responded to 
dozens of assistance calls the past two 
days after people, particularly chil- 
dren and young adults, found them- 
selves In danger after entering flood- 
waters. 



Tax time 

Residents' real estate 
taxes due Sept. 6 

LAKE COUNTY JOURNALS 



Second installment of real 
estate taxes from Lake County 
residents is due Thursday, 
Sept. 6. Residents will not 
receive a bill in the mail. 

Payments should be U.S. 
postmarked by the Sept. 6 
deadline. Lake County 
Treasurer Robert Skidmore is 
reminding taxpayers of the 
due date so they can avoid 
paying late charges, according 
to a release from the treasur- 
er's office. 

Taxpayers received a bill 
for both installments prior to 
the first due date. 

Payment options include 
payment through U.S. mail, in 
person at most Lake County 
banks and in person at the 
Lake County Treasurer's 
Office, 18 N. County St., 
Waukegan. Those paying at a 
bank must have the original 
or a copy of their tax bill. 

Taxpayers also can pay 
online by credit card or e- 
check at www.co.lake.il.us/ 
treasurer. 

There Is a convenience Tee 
charged . by the processing 
company for those paying 
online. E-check has a flat fee 
of $1.40 for each pin number, 
with a maximum of $25,000 a 
transaction. 

Two drop-boxes also are 
available 24-hours a day, seven 
days a week for property tax 
payments. Those using either 
of the drop-boxes must pay 
through check and should 
Include their tax bill stub in a 
sealed envelope. 
' ' One "drop-box is at the" 
northeast entrance of the 
Lake County Courthouse and 
\ Administrative Complex in 
. Waukegan. The second drop- 
box is at the Lake County 
Division of Transportation, 
600 W. Winchester Road in 
Libertyville, a half block west 
of Milwaukee Avenue. 

"The treasurer's office typi- 
cally experiences long lines 
close to the property tax due 
date, so I encourage taxpayers 
to take advantage of one of 
the alternative payment meth- 
ods," Skidmore said in a state- 
ment. "Payments must be 
made or postmarked before 
Sept. 6 in order to avoid pay- 
ing penalties." 

The treasurer's office will 
have added hours from 9 a.m. 
to noon on Saturday, Sept. 1, 
and from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Thursday, Sept. 6. Regular 
office hours are from 8:30 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Monday through 
Friday 

To learn more 

For more Information, contact 
Lake County Treasurer Robert 
Skidmore's office by phone at 
(847)377-2323 or visit the 
Treasurer's Web site at 
www.co.lake.ll.us/treasurer. 




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John S. 
Matijevich 



» SeeingltThrough 

The Lake County Forest Preserve's 
Idea to allow an equestrian center to be 
built at the Lakewood Forest Preserve Is 
a mockery of the forest preserve's 
mission statement, columnist John ' 
Matijevich says. It might not be too late 
for them to fix it, If the board would Just 
listen to the public. 

PAGE HA 



»SnapShot 

This week's question 

"How has the recent severe weather 
affected your life?" 

ANSWERS ON PAGE 11A 



» PartyLines 

Putting a stop to school violence 

U.S. Rep Mark Kirk, R-Highland Park, 
and school administrators recently 
gathered at Stevenson High School to 
announce a new act that will be put in 
place to help educators better protect 
students from dangerous weapons. 

PAGE 11A 



» OurView 

The rain finally went away 

Northern Illinois residents deal with 
leftover affects from recent flooding. 

PAGE 11A 



» SketchView 




Time to kick off 




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cheer on 

Grayslake 

Central's 

football 

team and 

remember 

Alex 

Richardson, 

a Grayslake 

Central 

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MARILYN KULPINSKI 

Bom Jan. 27, 1934 

Wed; Aug. 21, 2007 

She worked part time at Wat-Mart 

. inMundelelh. 

GRAYSLAKE - Marilyn Kulpinski, 
age 73, of Grayslake, and the Round 
Lake Beach area, died Tuesday, 
Aug. 21, 2007, at Condell Medical. 
Center in Libcrtyville. She was born 
In Chicago on Jan. 27, 1934, to 
Thomas and Opal Morando. Marilyn 
worked part time at Wal-Mart after 
retiring from Potlatch In Mundelein. 

Survivors Include her husband 
Edmund Kulpinski; her daughters, 
Debra (Leigh) Ott, of Sheboygan, 
Wis., and Renee Rosemeyer, of 
Ingleslde; her grandchildren; her 
sister and brother-in-law; her 
beloved Sammy and KC; and many 
nieces and nephews. Marilyn was 
preceded in death. by her afore- 
mentioned parents, a brother; a 
sister; and her son, Thomas 
Kulpinski. 

The funeral was at 7 p.m. Aug; 
24 at Strang Funeral Chapel & 
Crematorium, in Grayslake. Friends 
of the family visited from 4 p.m. ■ 
until the time of service. Please 
sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ 
obits. 

VIRGINIA M. GIBSON 

Bom: Jan. 6, 1918 
Died: Aug. 20, 2007 

ROUND LAKE BEACH - Virginia 
M. Gibson, age 89, of Round Lake 
Beach, died Monday, Aug. 20, 2007, 
at Condell Medical Center In 
Libertyville. She was born Jan. 6, 



1918 in Antigo, Wis., to John and. 
Hazel Now Keen. 

' Survivors include her children, 
Larry (Pat) Gibson, of Pensa col a, 
Fla., Raymond (Kathy) Gibson, of ' 
Cedarburg, Wis., Susan (Dave) 
Mcllreath, of Gurnee, Dianne (Jim) 
Cogley, of Pensacola, Fia., Dennis 
(Cathy) Gibson, of Spring Grove,' 
and Sandra (Richard) Anderson, of 
Johnsburg; her nine grandchildren 
and 19 great-grandchildren; her sib- 
lings Ruth Pannier, of Texas, and 
Rachael Schramke, of Wisconsin; 
and her loving dogs Mr. Barker and 
Ms. Scarlett. Virginia was preceded 
In death by her aforementioned 
parents, her husband Lawrence, 
and her son Richard. 

Friends of the family visited 
from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 23, at 
Strang Funeral Chapel & 
Crematorium, in Grayslake. The 
funeral service and Interment was 
private. In lieu of flowers, memorial 
contributions can be made to the 
American Heart Association, 208 S. 
LaSalle St., Chicago, IL 60604. 
Please sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ 
obits. 

MILLER S. 'DAN 1 
PFLAGER 

Bom: May 10, 1914 

Died: Aug. 20, 2007 

Served as Lieutenant Junior Grade 
In the U.S. Navy as an officer in 
the Seabees during WWII 

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Miller S. 
"Dan" Pflager, age 93, of 
Chambersburg, Pa., and formerly of 
Waynesboro, Pa., and Quincy, pa., 
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He had been in falling health for 
the past month and critically III for 
the past week. 

' Born May 10, 1914, In Chicago, 
he was the son of the late Charles 
W. Sr. and Cheryl (Clingman) 
Pflager. He lived in various Illinois 
communities, including Chicago, 
Evanston, Waukegan, Hinsdale, 
Antloch, Western Springs and 
Glenview. Prior to moving to the 
Waynesboro area In 1987, they also 
lived in Montgomery, Ala., and 
Cleveland. Mr. Pflager was a gradu- 
ate of Evanston High School, with 
the class of 1932, He later graduat- 
ed from the 
University of 
Illinois as a 
civil engineer 
with the class 
of 1936. 

He served 
as a 

Lieutenant Junior Grade in the U.S. 
Navy as an officer in the Seabees 
(construction battalion) during 
World War II In the Pacific Theater. 

Mr. Pflager and his wife of 66 
years, Ruth (Wood) Pflager, were 
married Aug. 31, 1940, in 
Springfield, Mass. They moved to 
Waynesboro, Pa., Sept. 23, 1987, 
and to Quincy, May 15,'2005. They 
had lived at 
Magnolia's of 
Chambersburg 
since Feb. 19, 
2007. After his 
graduation 
from college, 
Mr. Pflager 
was employed 
as an engineer 
for the 
Highway 

Department of Illinois. He later 
worked in the Pittsburgh area steel 
mills. After his discharge from the 
military, he was employed as gen- 
eral superintendent of Summer 
Sollitt Company, in Chicago. In 
1964 he was employed as general 
superintendent of Blount Brothers, 
Montgomery, Ala., until 1966, when 
he became general superintendent 
of William Schwitzer Company, 
Chicago. He was last employed as 
general superintendent of Albert M. 
Higley Company in Cleveland from 
1969 until his retirement in 1981. 
Mr. Pflager was a member of Christ 
United Methodist Church, 
Waynesboro, Pa., Sons of the 
American Revolution, Delta Phi, and 




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National AARP. He was the recipi- 
ent of a Service Recognition. 
Certificate and Citation from the 
State of Illinois. Mr. Pflager was a 
champion decoy carver and an avid 
outdoorsman and golfer. 

In addition to his wife, he Is sur- 
vived by three daughters, Sandra' 
Wischmeyer, of Littleton, Colo., 
Charlene Ballstrere, of Waynesboro, 
Pa., and Jessie Avery, oflafayette, 
Colo,; one son, William Pflager, of 
Waynesboro; 10 grandchildren; nine 
great-grandchildren; and a number 
of nieces and nephews. In addition 
to his parents, he was preceded In 
death by his sister, Darthea 
Schmidt; and his brother, Charles 
W. Pflager, Jr. i 

A memorial service will be at 1 
p.m., Saturday, Sept. 1, at Strang 
Funeral Home, 1055 Main St., in . 
Antloch. Burial will be after the 
service at Antloch Hillside 
Cemetery, in Antloch. Please sign 
our guest book at 
www.strangfh.com. Please also 
sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournaIs.com/ 
obits. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial con- 
tributions can be made to TV Tune 
In Inc. of Christ United Methodist 
Church General Fund, both of 6 W. 
Second St., Waynesboro, PA, 17268. 

Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, 
Waynesboro, is handling the 
arrangements. 

MARSHALL E. 
SPARESUS SR. 

Bom June 20, 1917 
Died: Aug. 21, 2007 
Loved to build things, play cards, 
watch TV and do puzzles 

ANTIOCH- Marshall E. 
Sparesus Sr., age 90, of Antioch, 
passed away Tuesday Aug. 21, 
2007, at the Vista Medical Center 
East, Waukegan. He was born June 
20, 1917, in Chicago, the son of the 
late Edward Emil and Hilda (Koste) 
Sparesus and had lived for many 
years in Schiller Park, before mov- 
ing to Antioch In 1985. Marshall 
had worked as a carpenter and was 
a member of Local 181 in Chicago. 
He was a former member of the 
Knights of Columbus and the Loyal 
Order of the Moose. On May 25, 
1945, he married Lucille Marie 
Costa In Schiller Park. 

Survivors include his wife of 62 
years, Lucille Marie; his son, Marsh 



Edward Sparesus II, and his daugh- 
ter, Sandra J. (Ross) Killian, both of 
Fresno, Calif.; three grandchildren; 
six great-grandchildren. In addition 
to his parents he was preceded in 
death by a daughter June Marie 
Rayniak in 1978. 

Funeral Services with Mass of 
Christian Burial was at noon, Aug. 
25 at Holy Name Church, in Wilmot, 
Wis., with burial afterward in the 
church cemetery, Visitation was at 
the Strang Funeral Home of 
Antloch, from 9:30 to 11:30 aim., 
Aug. 25. Please sign our guest book 
at www.strangfh.com. Please also 
sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ 
obits. 

SHERMAN W. ST. 
PIERRE 

Bom: Dec. 30 1922 

Died: Aug. 23, 2007 

We built the Gurnee Holiday Inn 

ANTIOCH -Sherman W.St. 
Pierre, age 84, of Antioch, passed 
away Thursday, Aug'. 23, 2007, at 
Aurora Medical Center, Kenosha, 
Wis. He was born Dec. 30, 1922 In 
Cloquet, Minn., 
the son of the 
late Arthur 
Lewis and 
Anna 

(Hagman) St. 
Pierre. 

Sherman served in the U. S. Coast 
Guard during WWII. He lived in 
Wildwood until 1952, moved to the 
family farm in 
Gurnee in 
1959, and set- 
tled in Antloch 
in 1969. 
Sherman was 
a member of 
St. Peter 
Church In 
Antioch, as 
well as the 
Lake County 
Crime 

Stoppers for 20 years. He was co- 
owner of Jack Winters Bulck in' 
Waukegan for many years and had 
been In the auto business for a - 
total of 40 years. In 1969, Sherman 
built the Gurnee Holiday Inn, and 
managed the hotel for many years. 

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man. On June 20, 1950, he married 
Ann MacDonald in Chicago; and 
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Survivors include his children, 
Kathleen St. Pierre of Antloch, 
Leslie (Robert) Sauve, of Port ... 
Washington, Wis., Christopher St. 
Pierre, of Antloch, and Marlanna 
(Lewis) Schwartz, of Chicago; his 
five grandchildren, David Sauve, 
Edward Schwartz, Anna (Joe) Otto, 
Lori (Barry) Reuter and Michelle 
(JefO Dosemagen; her nine great- . 
grandchildren, Mykal, Nora, Robert, 
Gavin, Bailey, Reis, Brina, Justin and 
Jack} two sisters, Jackie (Mike) 
Karaffa of Hoffman Estates and 
Donna McAllister of Des Plaines 
and many many friends. In addition 
to his parents and wife, he was 
preceded in death by his brother 
David. 

Funeral services with Mass of 
Christian Burial was at 10 a.m.; on 
Aug. 29, at St. Peter Church, in 
Antloch, with interment afterward 
In Hiliside Cemetery, in Antioch. 
Visitation was from 4 to 8 p.m., on 
Aug. 28 at the Strang Funeral Home 
of Antloch, Please sign the guest 
book at www.strangfh.com Please 
also sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournaIs.com/ 
obits. 

EDWARD J. MRAZ 

Bom: Nov. 7, 1917 
Died: Aug. 25, 2007 
He was active In all of his son's' 
athletic endeavors. 

ANTIOCH -EDWARD J. MRAZ, 
age 89, of Antioch, formerly of 
Cicero and Lombard, passed away 
Saturday, Aug. 25,2007, at Rolling 
Hills Manor, in Zion. He was born 
Nov. 7, 1917, in Chicago, the son of 
the late Joseph and Mary Mraz. 
Edward was a member of the 1935 
, City of Chicago High School 
Football Champions and attended 
Mississippi State University on a 
football scholarship. On Sept. 28, 
1940, he married Lorraine Jecha in 
Cicero. After his wife's death on 
Oct. 16, 2003, he moved to Antioch 
to be closer to his family. Edward 
was active In all of his son's athletic 
endeavors and enjoyed being with 
his grandchildren, 
v Survivors include his daughter, 
Judith (Thomas) Mors, of Antioch; 
his son, James Mraz, of Marion, 
Iowa; his grandchildren; his great- 
grandchildren; his great-great- 
grandson; and his nephew. In addi- 
tion to his parents and wife, he was 
preceded in death by a grandson. 



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.The funeral was at U a.m. on 
Aug. 28 at the Strang Funeral Home 
of Antioch. Vlsitatlonwas from 4 to 
8 'p.m. on i Aug. 27.Those desiring 
may make contributions to the 
Antioch Rescue Squad in his mem- 
ory. Please sign the guest book at 
www.strangfh.com. Please also ' 
sign the Guest Book at 

www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ . 
obits. 



JAMES GERARD 

('CONNOR 

i: June 25," 1961 
I: Aug. 24, 2007 
Was known to his friends at 'Etch A 
Sketch' 

ANTIOCH -James Gerard 
O'Connor, age 46, of Antioch,- 
passed away Friday Aug. 24, 2007, 
t Lutheran General Hospital, from 
njuries he received after being 
truck by an auto In Antioch. He 
as borri June 25, 1961, in Chicago- 
land lived in Antioch for many 
years. He was a member of St. 
3 eter Church and worked as a 
binder at the Lakes Area Advertiser. 
Km loved to ride his bike and was 
mown to his friends as 'Etch A. 
Sketch' because of the beautiful 
sketches he made. 

Survivors Include his mother, 
Mice O'Connor Finnlgan, and his 
sister, Kathleen (Paul) Moczek, 
30th of Antioch. He was preceded : 
in death by his father, Gerald T. 
O'Connor, and his brother. 

The funeral with Mass of 
Christian Burial was at 10 a.m. on 
*ug. 30 at St. Peter Church, in 
Antioch. Interment was in Hillside 
Jcemetery, Visitation was from 4 to 
i p.m. on Aug. 29 at the Strang 
: uneral Home of Antioch. In lieu of 
lowers, donations to a family 
nemorial would be appreciated, 
'lease sign our guest book at 
www.strangfh.com. Please also • 
sign the Guest Book at 
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obits. 



ONALD M. 
OJCIECHOWSKI 

i: Jan. 26, 1947 
Hed: Aug. 26, 2007 
tosted morning and mid-day radio 
shows on WKRS for several years 

WAUKEGAN - Donald M. 
rVoJclechowski, age 60, of 
Waukegan, died Sunday, Aug. 26, 
2007, at Vista East Medical Center 
n Waukegan: He was born in 
Chicago on Jan. 2'6,19*47 to thY late ' 
irvin and Alice Wojciechowskl. 
: rOm 1973 to 1993, Donald was a 
nember of "the Waukegan Fire 
Department serving as a lieu- 
enant, public education officer, 
ind firefighter. He hosted the 
doming and Mid-Day radio shows 
jri WKRS forseveral years, and was 
3 skills Instructor for the North 
jke County EMS System. 

Survivors Include his wife of 37 
/ears, Rosemarie; his brother, Alan 
Karen) Wojciechowski; his sisters 
Jnda (Bill) Musak and Joan (Mark) 
-lammel; his nephews; and his 
ileces. Donald's parents and a 
liece preceded him in death. 

The funeral was at 10 a.m. 
ITiursday, Aug. 30, at St. Gilbert 
Catholic Church, 301 E. Belvidere . 
load in Grayslake. Interment was 



after the funeral at Ascension ■ 
Cemetery In Libertyvllle. Friends of 
the family visited from 4 to 8 p.m.,' 
oti Aug. 29 at Strang Funeral . 
Chapel & Crematorium, in 
Grayslake. In lieu of flowers, memo- 
rial contributions may be made to 
the EMT Basic Certification Course 
Scholarship Fund, c/o Aaron ■ 
Bernau. For Information visit y' 
www.strangfuneral.org. Please also 
sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ 
obits. . - 

JOHN W. ROBINSON 

Bom: Oct. 4, 1912 
Died: Aug. 24, 2007 ■ . 

//e enjoyed hunting and was an ' 
avid fisherman 

LIBERTYVILLE-JohnW. 
Robinson, age 94, of Libertyvllle, ' 
passed away Friday, Aug. 24, 2007, 
at Condell Medical Center. He was 
bom Oct. 4, 1912, in Chicago and 
had been a Ubertyville resident for 
the past 65 years. After retirement, 
John became a self employed car- 
penter and electrician. John was 
very involved as a member and* 
Past Master of the Ubertyville 
Masonic Lodge. He was Past High 
Priest of the Ubertyville Chapter 
272, Royal Arch Masons; member 
of the Lake Council 121, Royal and 
Select Masters. 

Surviving are his son, James . 
Robinson, of Libertyvllle, and two 
grandchildren. He was preceded in 
death by his wife, Gladys, on April 
27,2004. 

Visitation was from 4 to 9 p.m.' 
on Aug. 29 at the BurnettTDane 
Funeral Home, in Libertyvllle. . 
Masonic Service was during the 
visitation on Aug. 29. Please sign 
the Guest Book at 
wwwlakeCountyJournals.com/ 
Obits. 

JEAN MAES HAUPT 

Bom: May 25, 1936 
Died: Aug. 24, 2007 
She enjoyed painting, ceramics, 

flower gardening and spending 

time with the family 

INGLESIOE -/Jean Maes Haupt, 
age 71, of ingteside, died Friday, 
Aug. 24, 2007, at the Lincoln Park 
Hospital in Chicago. She was born 
on May 25, 1936, in Niagra, Wis. 
and was united in marriage on June 
25, 1955, to Ernest Haupt at St.' 
Vitas Church in Chicago. She was a 
former employee with Regal China 
"In Antioch and had been a member 
of the Teamsters Union. ■• ■ 

She was a longtime member of 
St Bede Catholic church In 
tngleslde and had been a former 
member of the church's Mother 
Club. She enjoyed painting, ceram- 
ics, flower gardening, watching 
Michael Jordan and the, Chicago 
Bulls, and spending time with her ; 
family.; ; 

; .She will be greatly missed by 
her children Sharee (James) 
Kohimeyer, of Wilmot Wis., Lisa 
(Michael) Cochran, of Jonesville, 
Va.; grandchildren; her sister, Sally 
(Robert) Koseor, of Fox Lake; 
nephews; and one great nephew. 
She was preceded in death by her 
husband, Ernest, and by her son, 
Billy. 

Visitation was from 2 to 6 p.m. 



on Aug. 26-at the K.K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home In Fox Lake. A 10 am 
Catholic Funeral Mass was on Aug. 
27 at St. Bede Catholic Church in ■ 
Ingleside. Burial was after the serv- 
ice In the church cemetery. 
Memorials for St. Bede School or 
the St. Jude's Chltdrens Hospital . 
will be appreciated by the family. 
Please sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ 
obits. 

KATHLEEN W. THOMAS 

Bom: June 14, 1917 

Died: Aug. 22, 2007 

She taught private piano lessons. 

UBERTYVILLE TOWNSHIP - 
Kathleen W. Thomas, age 90, of 
Ubertyville Township, passed away 
Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2007, at the 
Clarldge Healthcare Center in Lake 
Bluff. She was born June 14, 1917, in 
Laurium, Mich., was raised by her 
family in Ontario, Canada, and then 
by her father in Houghton, Mich. In 
later years, she taught private 
piano lessons. Married on Nov. 29, 
1944, in Gross Points, Mich. 

Survivors include her husband, 
Arthur Sr.; one son, Arthur Thomas 
Jr., both of Lake Forest; and one 
grandson. She was preceded in 
death by a sister, in 1976. 
, Friends called from 2 p.m. on 
Aug. 26, until the time of service at 
3 p.m. at the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home in Libertyvllle. Memorials 
may be made to the charity of 
one's choice In Kathleen's memory. 
Please sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ 
obits. 

CHRISTINE SPAN 

Bom: July 24, 1965 

Died: Aug. 25, 2007 

Was an active consultant with 

. Pampered Chef 

. ROUND LAKE BEACH -Christine 
Span, 42, of Round Lake Beach, 
died Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007, in > 
her home. She was born July 24, 
1965, in Oakland, Calif. She married 
Daren C. Span on Sept. 19, 1992, in 
McHenry. She was an active con- 
sultant with Pampered Chef for the 
past 10 years; an active and faithful 
member of Lord of Glory Lutheran 
Church In Grayslake, and was a lov- 
ing wife, mother, and grandmother 
who loved the Lord. 

Christine is 
survived by 
her husband, 
Daren; her " 
parents, Pat • 
and Chris ■ 
Howard, of 
Lake Villa; 
three children, 

■ Daniel L 
Coleman, of 

.' Adams, Wis., 
and Derrick L. Coleman and 

i' Marissa A. Span, both of Round 

' Lake Beach; a grandson, Samuel G. 
Coleman; and a brother, Mathew J. 
Howard, of Knoxville, Tenn. ■ 

Services are 11 a.m. on 
Saturday, Sept. 1, in Lord of Glory 
Lutheran Church, 607 W.Belvidere 
Road in Grayslake, under the direc- 
tion of Lincoln Funeral Care. 

Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. 
Friday, Aug. 31, and from 10 to 11 
a.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, at the 



church. Private burial Is in Abraham 
Lincoln National Cemetery, In . 
Efwood. 

Memorials may be made to the 
church or AmerlcanCancer Society. 
For more Information, call Lincoln 
Funeral Care at (BOO) 667-0019. 
Please sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/ ' 
obits. 

SUSAN LYNN SYPULT 

Born: June 12, 1958 
Died: Aug. 24, 2007 
Loved to cook and entertain 

ARANSAS PASS; TEXAS -Susan 



Lynn Sypult, age 49, of Aransas 
Pass, Texas, formerly of Antioch, 
passed away Friday, Aug. 24, 2007, 
at the Christus-Spohn Hospital, 
Corpus Christ!, Texas. She was born 
June 12, 1958 in Ubertyville, the 
daughter of James and Judith Ball, 
living in Antioch before moving to 
Texas in 2006. 

Susan was a fantastic decora- 
tor, loved to cook and entertain and 
loved boating, fishing and her dogs 
Gertie, Zoe, Neumann and Delilah, 
She was the mother to all family 
members and friends. On Dec. 9, 
1978, she married Michael Sypult in 
Island Lake. 



Survivors Include her husband 
Michael; her two children Jeremiah 
Sypult, of Madison, Wis., and Jenna 
Sypult, of Aransas Pass, Texas; her 
parents, James Ball and Judith 
Payes; three sisters; two brothers; 
and many nieces and nephews and 
friends. 

; The funeral was at 7 p.m. on 
Aug. 29, at the Strang Funeral , 
Home in Antioch with visitation 
beginning at 4 p.m. Interment was 
private. Please sign our guest book 
for Susan at www.strangfh.com. 
Please also sign the Guest Book at 
wwwlakeCountyJournals.com/ 
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By JESSICA JACOBSEN. 

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WAUKEGAN -Looking at 
the crowd who 1 gathered Aug. 
24 outside Sweet Tomatoes in 
Waukegan. on Aug. 24, people 
might have thought there was 
a celebrity sighting. But it 
actually was a preview event 
for the all-you-can-eat soup 
and salad restaurant that did a 
little bit more than just offer 
food that day 

From 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 
and from 5 to 7 p.m. the newest 
Sweet Tomatoes, at 850 S. 
Waukegan Road, had a pre- 
view event to give the commu- 
nity a taste of. what it has to 
offer, and give a little back to 
the area. 

Jen Olson, general manager 
for the Waukegan restaurant, 
said all the proceeds collected 
that day went to A Safe Place, a 
program that provides assis- 
tance to victims of domestic 
violence. 

"1 think it's just an amazing 
organization," Olsen said. ."I 
think it's really important to 
help women in those situa- 
tions." 

From the looks of things, 
Sweet Tomatoes will have a. 
decent amount of money to 
donate to A Safe Place. 

By 11:30 a.m., almost, every 
table was filled and more peo- 
ple continued to trickle inside. 
v "I'm so happy with the 
turnout," Olsen said. "We 
opened the doors, and there's 
people wrapped around out- 
side in the parking lot." 

D.J. Albert, or Park City, 
was 'on hand for the preview 
event and was pleased when he 
heard the proceeds would be 
going to A Safe Place. 

"I think that's good that 
they're using it for charity," 
Albert said. "I think it's a step 
in the right direction. 

Jim Walsh; Sweet Tomatoes 
. vice-president :of, Operations- 
East Coast, also was there for 
the charitable event. 

Walsh said the preview that 
Olsen set up was beneficial to 



both the community and 
Sweet Tomatoes. 

"It's a great experience of 
training' and introducing our- 
selves to the community." 

Walsh went on to praise 
Olsen for her efforts in plan-, 
ning the event, but Olsen was 
humble about her ' involve:, 
ment. 

"I helped orchestrate," 
Olsen said. "There's so many 
other people [involved]." , 

Olsen has been with Sweet 



.Tomatoes for 11 , years but 
said this is the first time. She ] 
has been general manager 1 of . 
a new store, and she is excit- 
ed to be in Waukegan. 

-"I think it's a great loca- 
tion," she said. "I hope that 
we're helping give 
.Waukegan some more 
options and more choices." 
;. The' all-you-can-eat soup, 
'salad and bakery restaurant 
had its official opening Aug. 
27.' 



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What: An all-you-can-eat soup, 
salad and bakery restaurant , 
•'■ . Where: 850 S. Waukegan Road In 
Waukegan 

When: Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 
p.m. Monday through Thursday;'H 
a.m.'to 10 p.m. Friday and 
Saturday; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. 

Prices: Lunch Is $8.39, and din- 
tier is $9.79, which Includes every- 
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Four-year-olds Kfele Newton, of Gurnee, and Nicole Papin, of 
Halnesville, choose their salad fixings during a preview event at the 
new Sweet Tomatoes in Waukegan. 



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Rain, rain, go away. 
August has been a soggy month, 
t with thunderstorms occurring on 
a seemingly daily basis. The result 
' ; has been rising waters along the 
Pox River and flash floods. 
: Algonquin has been one of the 
»; ; hardest-hit areas. Police asked 
; about 70 homeowners to evacuate 
/Aug. 24. 

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich 
toured storm- and flood-ravaged 
areas and declared Lake, McHenry, 
-Kane and Cook counties disaster 
'.areas. 

The declaration means that 
:, Blagojevich will ask the federal 
;| government to declare those coun- 
; ties disaster areas. If that happens, 
V.j then federal aid money will 
; become available. Although the 
federal designation Is not a sure 
.'thing, it never hurts to ask. 

Before people get their hopes 
too high about the prospect of fed- 
. eral money, they should remember 
- , that some damage, such as flooded 
basements, might not qualify for 
federal dollars. Those sort of 
. issues will be sorted out if and 
when a federal declaration comes. 
. Still, the decision by Blagojevich 
* was a good one. Blagojevich's 
request begins the process. 
> ' Certainly many people have suf- 
i fered wind damage, lightning 
strikes, and flooded homes. Also, 
municipalities should, if the feder- 
al government acts, be able to seek 



aid to fix any damaged infrastruc- 
ture. 

Extreme weather, which has 
plagued northern Illinois in 
August, quickly can overwhelm 
the resources of smaller communi- 
ties. For the past 30 days, the 
National Weather Service reported 
that most of McHenry County 
received between 10 and 15 inches 
of rain, far above the normal 
amount of rain expected for 
August. The result of all that 
water has been flooding: flooded 
basements, flooded homes, flooded 
roads. 

And the Fox River is not the 
only waterway that has swelled. 
Sandbagging efforts occurred 
throughout the Chicago suburbs. 
Pretty much anyone who lived 
near water had to heed the possi- 
bility that more rain could result 
in a catastrophe. 

Still, there is some good news, 
particularly in McHenry County. 

Barry Valentine, of the 
McHenry County Emergency 
Management Agency, said that • 
although the Fox River was high, it 
has been much higher before. Also, 
Valentine said, the Nippersink 
Creek, which feeds into the Pox 
River, had crested and started com- 
ing down. Also, as of Aug. 25, 
Valentine said that the Fox River 
had crested in New Munster, Wis. 

That's good news for those' of us 
downriver. 



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Kirk announces student, 
\ Jteacher safety legislation 




At Stevenson High School in 
Lincolnshire, 10th Congressional 
.'District, US. Rep. Mark Kirk, R- 
; Highland Park, along with mem- 
bers - of his Education Advisory 
, Board and teachers from the area 
-announced that legislation will be 
put in place to help educators bet- 
ter protect students from danger: 
ous weapons in schools. 

The Student , 
and Teacher 
Safety Act of 
2007 (H.R. 3291) 
will permit 
teachers and 
administrators to 
lawfully conduct 
searches for 
weapons, drugs 
or other danger- 
ous materials if 
• there is a reason- 
able threat to 
other students or . 
■teachers. ' 

. "During the past 10 years, more 
than 30 school shootings took place 
throughout the United States," 
Kirk said in a statement. "Two 
years ago, 38 guns were confiscated 
in niiriois schools. The best way to 
ensure that schools are safe for our 
children is to take guns out of the 
classroom. 

"The Student and Teacher 
Safety Act gives teachers and 
administrators the legal frame- 
work to search for weapons and 
drugs . If .there is a, reasonable 
threat to safety. We should provide 



Mark Kirk 
Congressman 
from Highland 
Park 



every resource to our teachers to 
keep schools free from gun vio- 
lence." 

The U.S. Department of 
Education's National Center for 
Education Statistics reported In its 
2005 Indicators of School Crime 
and Safety that in 2003, 17 percent* 
of students in grades nine through 
12 reported they carried a weapon, 
according to a release from Kirk's 
office. 

Manager wanted 

Island Lake trustees renewed an 
effort to have a village manager 
hired. 

Trustee Don Saville suggested 
the measures be authorized at an 
Aug. 2 committee meeting. 

"I think that a village manager 
is a good idea," Saville said. "This 
is a dangerous game that we're 
playing. We all have a heck of a lot 
of responsibility here. I would take 
it on. I think that it would be 
money well spent." 

Trustees Fran Sadoski and John 
Ponio also said they liked the Idea 
of having a village manager. 

Island Lake has not had a vil- 
lage manager in recent years, but 
runs daily operations through 
department heads. Supporters said 
a village manager would assist 
their amount of time used for vil- 
lage business and would be able to 
present options. 

Fox Lake operates without a des- 
ignated administrator, similar to 
how Island Lake operates. 



» Snapshot 

"How has the recent severe weather affected your life?" 




"I deliver pizza, 
[with the] roads 
closed, it was awful. 

Kyle 

Dresser 
Round Lake 





Mike DiPierro 

Wadsworth 



"I couldn't go 
outside.":' 

Courtney 

Caldwell 

Grayslake 



"It did not affect 
me." 

Alex 

Acevedo 

Grayslake 



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Force of nature 

To the Editor: 

In the 1970s, my home- 
town of Canton was 
destroyed by a tornado. My 
family, our dog and I took 
refuge in our basement. We 
were very lucky to escape 
unharmed With veryjlttle 
damage to our property. 
The heart of the town was 
not so lucky. 

Witnessing the destruc- 
tion that occurred in a mat* 
ter of minutes is an experi- 
ence I will never forget. 
Friends and neighbors 
worked together to rebuild 
the town, but it never was 
the same as we remem- 
bered it. 

. The beautiful shady 
avenues of elms were gone 
for good and never could ' 
be replaced. Mother Nature 
can perform her own ter- 
rorist attacks on our coun- 
try in the form of hurri- 
canes, tornadoes, earth- 
quakes, and floods. Her fury 
cannot be controlled by 
mankind. . 

After such disasters, the 
president and governor 
visit the site of destruction 
and offer sympathy and 
promises of aid to victims 
-talk, talk, talk. - 

Mother Nature in all her . 
fury is capable of leaving a 
path of destruction that 
can make our country look 
like a war zone. 

Perhaps we need to focus 



more on rebuilding and 
restoring the destruction 
that occurs on our own 
soil, than on trying to solve 
the problems of other 
countries. 

Helen Polich 
Cary 

An accident waiting 
to happen 

To the Editor: 

I would like to urge action 
to be taken to reconstruct 
the intersection of Grand 
Avenue and 
Linden/Granada in 
Lindenhurst. According to 
the Lindenhurst Police 
Department, there have 
been 26 accidents at that 
intersection during the last 
year. A family member of. 
mine was involved in an 
accident at that intersec- 
tion in April. Recently, my 
husband witnessed an 
accident at that intersec- 
tion that we suspect result- 
ed in trie fatality of a 
motorcycle rider. 

Our hearts and prayers go 
out to the family of the 
motorcycle rider and to the 
young person who was 
involved in the accident. It 
is heartbreaking to imagine 
what they must be going 
through. 

I felt strongly compelled 
to write this letter to the 
editor to ask that the com- 
munity take swift action to 



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.Grayslake, IL 60039 

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have this intersection 
restructured to decrease 
the number of accidents 
there and to make the 
intersection safer. 

I don't want to see anoth- 
er member of our commu- 
nity injured or killed 
because of an intersection 
we know is unsafe. 

Tammy Rehm 

Lindenhurst 

Not a true Democrat 

To the Editor 

Melissa Bean, the Eighth 
Congressional District 
incumbent, is at it again: 
voting with Republicans; 
supporting the Bush 
regime; voting for warrant- 
less wiretapping; weaken- 
ing our Constitution; turn- 
ing our Democratic values • 
into a cliche*; lining her 
campaign pockets from 



special interest supporters 
while ignoring the interests 
of the working people in 
the district she Is supposed 
to be serving. 

Enter Randi Scheurer, a 
progressive candidate, 
ready to unseat Bean, one 
of the worst pro-war Bush 
Democrats, of CAFTA 
[Central America Free Trade 
Agreement] 15 fame. . 

People don't like Bean's 
politics. The Democratic 
base won't support her. All 
she has left is TV money, 
corporate and partisan 
donors, and the party 
machine. 

* 

Unite around Randi 
Scheurer or be consumed 
by the political machine 
keeping us hostage to its 
destructive agenda. 

Jean Paskalides 
Island Lake 



» SeeingltThrough 

Lakewood site not best for Summer Olympics 



A few weeks ago, Mary Walton, a 
volunteer at the Warren Township 
Library and a longtime environmen- 
tal activist, asked me whether I had 
read her recent letter to the editor. I 
answered, "Yes, Mary, and keep up 
the good work." 

Mary's letter was in opposition to 
the recent proposal to use 300 acres 
of the Lakewood Forest Preserve in 
Wauconda for equestrian activities 
at the 2016 Summer Olympics. The 
letter was one of many that I have 
read, and mosthave taken the same 
position to plead that a more suitable 
location be found for the equestrian 
phase of the Olympic competition. 

When I first heard about the for- 
est preserve district's unanimous 
decision to use the Lakewood 
Preserve for the event, I thought, 
"Wow, this came so suddenly out of 
the blue, couldn't they have found 
somewhere else besides forest pre- 
serve land?" 

The Forest Preserve Board of 
Commissioners made the quick deci- 
sion to go along with the proposal ' 
two weeks after anyone in the public 
had even heard about it. It seemed to 
me that an issue that could have 
many future ramifications on open 
space and conservation should have '■ 
had public hearings before board 
action was taken. 

In her letter, Mary Walton said 




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that she had never read of the mis- 
sion statement of the Lake County 
Forest Preserve District. 

Nevertheless, she gave her own 
version of what that mission should 
be. Mary, you couldn't have done bet- 
ter. • 

Her mission statement read, "The 
mission of the Lake County Forest 
Preserve District is to buy, preserve, 
and protect open lands, woods, lakes, 
wetlands, and wildlife for the pur- 
pose of enjoyment of all of the peo- 
ple of Lake County, The preserves 
shall bo available to all and shall be 
restricted from commercial use by 
companies and organizations." 

For years, in this column, when I 
thought that the district had veered 
from Its intended goals, I cited the 
original mission when the district 
was founded. Also, I suggested that 
each commissioner might have a 
copy of such a statement to always 
remind them of those public respon- 
sibilities. Mary's mission statement 
would serve that purpose. 



I think that Tom Hahn, executive 
director of the district, has been the 
most dedicated director to'pursue 
that mission. Yet, I think that in this 
case, he and the board were wrong. 

Hahn said that as long as he was 
at the district, preservation would be 
first, and the decision to select 
Lakewood was as nonintrusive as 
possible. But the selection of 
Lakewood for the equestrian activi- 
ties was an intrusion, an encroach- 
ment on public properties and its 
intended uses. 

The proponents that we will gain 
is a permanent 15,000-seat stadium, if 
the Lakewood site were approved. 
Can you imagine the future demands 
on the district to hold events if such 1 
a stadium were made available? 

We don't need a 15,000-seat stadi- 
um anywhere in the Lake County 
Forest Preserve District, whether it's 
free or not. 

The simple truth Is that there are 
other alternatives to have equestrian 
activities if the decision to have the 
2016 Summer Olympics in the ■ 
Chicago area is approved. The prom- 
ises made to the Lake County Forest 
Preserve District don't meet the test 
of worthiness if you really believe in 
the true mission of the district. 

• John S. Matijevich writes a week- 
ly column for tlw Lake County 
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»BestBets 

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multiple sclerosis Sept. 1 at Apple Holler's apple 
orchard walk and fundraiser in Sturtevant, Wis. 



GET A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY: Entertainment 
by "The Country Traditions" will be Sept. 5 at Park 
Place Senior Center in Waukegan. 



Details for BestBets events on page 2B 

FEELlN' ROSY: Lambs Farm in Libertyville will 
host its Annual Rose Show Sept 2 in the Country Inn 
Restaurant banquet room. 





>> NowShowing 
Movie reviews 

'Balls of Fur/ 

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> Movie critic Jeffrey Westhoff 
says "Balls of Fury" continues the 
streak of quality lowbrow comedy 
films with plenty of laughs. 

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Calendar 

Looking for something to do in 
Lake County or the Chicago 
area? Check the Out&About 
calendar for activities and ■ 
events to enjoy. 

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DiningOut 



Putting customers first 

Park Street restaurant in 
Mundelein provides diners with 
a relaxing atmosphere and says 
thank you to them with a 
customer appreciation night. 

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School is in session 

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words for the school season. 

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Fairgrounds going out in style 




Annie Cliristle ■ achrijdfratiwnewsQTKjpiom 

Chevelle bassist Dean Bemardini Interacts with the crowd during AugustFest on Aug, 25 at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake. Along with Chevelle, bands Saliva, 
Crossfade, Shinedown and PreZence performed during AugustFest, 



Local band Chevelle 
headlines AugustFest 



By DANI SCHWE1GERT 
dschweIgert@nwnewsgraup^om 

This Is the last year the Lake County 
Fairgrounds will be at Routes 45 and 120 in 
Grayslake, and the grounds certainly seem to 
be going out with a bang. 

The county fair has come and gone, but the fair- 
grounds were covered with cups, water bottles and 
people Aug. 25 as residents gathered to enjoy a 
night of music during the fairground's first-ever 
AugustFest 

•Headlining the concert was Grayslake's own t 
Chevelle, a self-described "hard rock, erotic" band. 
Chevelle, which consists of brothers Peterand 
Sam Loeffler and their brother-in-law Dean 
Bernardini is gearing up for a tour that, Sam said, 
will go through mid-November. 

"We're ready to go," Dean said. 

Chevelle is touring in part to promote its latest 
album, "Vena Sera," which was released in April. 
Sam said the sound and feel of "Vena Sera" is dif- 
ferent from the band's past albums because it was 
recorded in Las Vegas. 

"We were in Vegas, so the record has a vacation 
sort of vibe," he said. "It didn't really affect the 
•structure of the music, but I'd say if affected the 
lyrics." 

Peter agreed, adding that the lyrics of "The 
Fad" were based on the mood and atmosphere of 
Vegas. 

"A lot of the lyrics were written in our hotel 
room," he said. "You'd look out the window and 
see all the lights. I noticed that when you're stand- 
ing in line at a club, people all look the same with 
the same shirt that has glitter on it, and that's 
. what inspired the lyrics of that song." , 

But recording in Vegas isn't the only thing that 
makes the band stand out, Sam said. 

"It's our. dedication to our music," he said. 
"We're a straight-up rock band, and we don't use a 
lot of gimmicks. We write music we love to play." 

Chevelle doesn't need gimmicks. The band's 
music speaks for itself with powerful vocals, lyrics 
Filled with raw emotion and a pulsating beat. For 
the first time ever, the band shared that music with 




Music magic 



Bands at AugustFest 

Chevelle (www.chevelleinc.com), PreZence, Crossfade, 

Shinedown, Saliva 

Coming to the Lake County Fairgrounds 

What: The Charlie Daniels Band, 38 Special and 

Melloncouger will perform 

When: Gates open at 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 

For tickets: Visit www.ticketweb.com 

For more information: Visit www.lakesidelive.net 



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Chevelle guitarist and vocalist Peter Loeffler performs 
during AugustFest at the Lake County Fairgrounds. 

a hometown crowd at AugustFest. 

"It's creepy," Peter said about being back in 
Grayslake. "We've never performed here before." 

But the crowd couldn't wait to see its hometown 
rock stars. 

"I've been waiting weeks for this," said Nick 
Class, 23, of Wlldwood, "It's time to party. It's been 
my No. 1 priority all summer." 

Splattered head-to-toe with mud, and dressed in 
a tank top and jean shorts torn from jumping into 
a mosh pit, Class seemed to exemplify the spirit of 
AugustFest. 

"They've never done anything like this at the 
fairgrounds, and Just look at the outcome," Class 
said, as he pointed to the thousands of concertgo- 
ers. 

Arthur Mercado, 25, of Grayslake, agreed that 
AugustFest was an amazing event. 

"It's like a mini- Woodstock right here," he said. 



on stage, Class and Mercado joined the crowd in 
pumping their fists and bobbing their heads to the 
beat of the band's opening number, "Antisaint." 

Throughout the concert, the band ducked as the 
enthusiastic crowd threw water bottles, beach 
balls and cupsat the stage. 
. At one point, Peter Jokingly said to the aud i-, 
■■ erice," "All righCOri thecount of three, everyone | 
throw everything you've got on stage, and let's get 
it out of your system.' V 

A wave of bottles, clothing and cups flew at the 
band, who smiled as' they hid behind their guitars. 
Getting back on their feet, Chevelle performed its 
2002 hit "The Red," a ballad with impressive 
dynamics and strong lyrics such as "So lay down, 
the threat is real. Seeing red again." 

While some bands take long, awkward breaks 
between songs during concerts, Chevelle played 
continuously with aggressive energy and heart- 
pounding intensity that slowed only while the 
band members tuned their guitars. 

As the band finished what appeared to be its 
last song, the audience screamed, "One more 
song," and Chevelle came running back on stage to ; 
play two more numbers, including "Send the Pain 
Below,"whlch many crowd members sang word- 
for-word; After their last song, the band members 
threw guitar picks and drum sticks into the crowd, 

One lucky cdncertgoer who caught a pick was • 
Kayla Squires, of Union Grove, Wis. Squires came 
to AugustFest with her friend Rachael Slater, also 
of Union Grove, Wis. The two were up against the 
barrier in front of the stage, leaning over to get 
close to the band.' 

"We made our way up front," Squires said with 
a laugh. "I really liked Saliva, and I love Chevelle. 
It was a great concert;" 



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» Views 

For Bears fans, seeing Devtn Hester 
lying on the ground is a little like 
seeing a Lamborghini wrapped around 
a pole. Pro sports columnist Kevin 
Kaduk talks about what it would 
mean if Hester is injured during his 
moonlighting as wide receiver. 

PAGE 9B 




» PrepSports 

Finally! A win for Antioch 

After a season of waiting, Antioch's 
footbaii team had a 27-7 win over 
Grayslake Central. But what was 
supposed to be the Antioch home 
opener ended up at Grayslake Central. 

PAGE7B 



» QuickHitters 

Athletic spotlight 

Two running backs, Round Lake's Ray 

Bryant and Wauconda's Brad 
Wisniewski, are spotlighted this week. 
Combined, these two put up 299 yards 
and three touchdowns last week. 

PAGE 7B 

» GameOfTheWeek 

Carmel vs. Libertyville 

Carmel's football team will host 
Libertyville at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, 
Aug. 31. 

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SOUNDS OF MUSIC 



ZIEGLER KETTLE MORAINE JAZZ 

.FESTIVAL- The jazz festival will 
1 take place Sept. 7 and 8 along the 
: banks of upper Milwaukee River at 
; Riverside Park in West Bend, Wis. 
For more Information, call the 
Zlegler Kettle Moraine Jazz Festival 
at (877) 271-6903, or visit 
.www.kmjazz.com. 

CHICAGO JAZZ FESTIVAL- 

Chicago's 29th annual jazz festival 
will take place through Sept. 2 at 
Grant Park, Chicago Symphony 
Center, 220 S. Michigan Ave., in 
Chicago. For more information, call. 
the mayor's office of special events 
at (312) 744-3315, or visit 
www.chicagojazzfestiv3l.us. 

98.7WFMT FOLK FESTIVAL 
BENEFIT CONCERT- Harris Theater 
for Music and Dance, 205 E. 
Randolph Drive, In Chicago. The 
festival wilt be at 3 p.m. on Sept. 9, 
To buy reserved tickets and for 
more information, call (312) 334- 
7777, or visit wfmt.com/folkbenefit. 



MUSEUM EVENTS 



THE FIELD MUSEUM- 1400 S, 
Lake Shore Drive, in Chicago. For 
more information, call (312) 922- 
9410. Featuring: Travels of the 
Crow: Journey of an Indian Nation 
is no.w at the museum; Plant 



Portraits: The California Legacy of 
A.R. Valentien; "Crown Family j 
Playlab" will take place on Sept 14. 



SPECIAL EVENTS 



APPLE HOLLER- 5006 S.Sylvania 
Ave., Sturtevant, Wis. For more 
information, call (800) 238-3629, 
or visit www.appleholler.com ■ 
Featuring: "Put some bite into the 
j fight against.MS," an MS Apple 
Orchard Walk and fundraiser on 
Sept. 1, which will Include apple 
picking, great food, and wonderful 
activities for all ages. 

COUNTRY WESTERN HOE- 
DOWN- At Park Place Senior 
Center,414 S. Lewis Ave., In 
Waukegan. Featuring: 
Entertainment by "The Country 
Traditions" on Sept. 5. Cost is $3 a 
person. For more information, call 
(847)244-9242. 

LAMB'S FARM- 14245 Rockland 
Road, in Liberty vllle; For more 
Information, call (847) 362-5050. 
Featuring: Annual Rose Show on 
Sept. 2 at Lamb's Farm. The show 
will be in the Country Inn 
Restaurant banquet room. Rose 
entries will be received in the ban- 
quet room from 7 to 9:45 a.m. on 
Sept. 2. Open to the public at 
12:30 p.m. Trophy winners' awards 
will be presented at 4 p.m. The 
show closes at 5 p.m. 




CHICAGO LUXURY HOME TOUR- 

Tour a variety of multimillion-dollar 
homes in the Chicago area. Three ' 
weekends in September: Sept. 7 
through 9; Sept. 14 through 16; and 
Sept. 21 through' 23. Hours are 11 
a.m. to 6 p.m. Each passport allows 
one-time admittance Into all homes. 
Tour homes are at Barrlngton Hills, 
Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Geneva, 
Glen Ellyn, Glencoe, Hinsdale, Lake 
Bluff, Naperville, Mew Lenox, St. 
Charles, Sugar Grove, Wheaton, 
Winnetka and Yorkville. For more 
information, visit www.chlcago- 
hometour.com, or call (800) 933- 
4398. 

"ON THE RUN" 5K Walk/Run and 
WOOF, BARK, WALK/RUN- At 

Round Lake Area Park District's 
Sports Center, 2004 Municipal Way, 
in Round Lake Beach; Featuring: A 
5K walk/run to benefit the Special 
Olympics beginning at 8a.m. on 
Sept. 9; a doggy and owner 
walkAun for you and your best 
friend beginning at noon on Sept. 9. 
All dogs should be on leashes and 
have proof of vaccinations. 
Registration will be available In 
advance. For more information, call ' 
(847) 546-8558. 

WINDY CITY WINE FESTIVAL- At 

Daley Bicentennial Plaza In Grant 
Park, 337 E. Randolph St., In 
Chicago; Featuring: A wine festival 
on Sept. 7 and 8 at the BP bridge 
east of Millennium Park. Presented 
by Binny's Beverage Depot. Tickets 
can be bought online at 
www.windycitywinefestival.com or 
by phone at (847) 382-1480. 



ON STAGE 



GENESEE THEATRE- 203 N. 
Genesee St., In Waukegan; 
Featuring: "Cirque Dreams Jungle 
Fantasy" at 8 p.m. on Oct. 3. 
Individual tickets are on sale; fea- . 
turing "Morrissey" at B p.m. on Oct 
17. Tickets for both shows can be 
bought at the Genesee Theatre box 
office, all Tlcketmaster outlets, 
charge-by-phone at (312) 559-1212 
or at www.tlcketmaster.com. 

•DISNEY ON ICE'- From Sept. 20 
through 23 at Allstate Arena, 6920 
N. Mannheim Road, In Rosemont, 
and at the United Center, 1901 W. 
Madison St., in Chicago. Featuring: 
"Disney on Ice" presents 
Disney/Pixar's "Finding Nemo." For 
general information, call the Allstate 
Arena at (847) 635-6601 or the. , 
United Center at (312) 455-4500. 



»DiningOut 




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Pictured Is the dining area at Park Street restaurant In Mundelein. 

Park Street thanks diners 



By DANI SCHWEIGERT 

d5cHwelgGrt@nwnewsgroup.com 

Many restaurant owners are thankftil for 
their customers, but few create a night just 
to show their appreciation. 

But that is exactly what Nic Lindsey, exec- 
utive chef and manager of Park Street 
restaurant in Mundelein, has done for the 
past three years. Each year, Lindsey hosts a 
customer appreciation night for patrons, and 
this year's event was on Aug. 30. 

"It started as just a luau, and then it 
grew," Lindsey said. "We saw the same faces, 
and people were dressing up, so I said, 'Why 
don't we.make.it a customer appreciation 
night?' It's a night where we drop our prices 
to almost nothing." 

The decor of Park Street inspired another 
program the restaurant is Involved with, 
Lindsey said. Park Street has sandy-colored 
exposed brick walls, some of which are 
engraved with the restaurant's name. 
Lindsey said the walls gave him the idea to 
let customers leave their mark on Park Street 
by having their names engraved on a brick. 
A brick costs $150, and $125 goes to one of 
five shelters: Save-A-Pet, Veterans of Foreign 
Wars Post 7191, Mundelein District 75 
Educational Foundation, Mundelein Senior 
Center, and the Lake County YWCA. 

The care Lindsey shows to his customers 
and to the community extends to his food as 
well. 

One appetizer the restaurant offers is 
chilled tomato and cucumber brushchetta, 
which comes overflowing with parmesan 
cheese and tomatoes and has a delicious 



Park Street 



Where: 14 E. Park St., in Mundelein 
Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through 
Thursday; 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday; 4 to 10 p.m. 
Saturday and Sunday; closed on Monday (The bar 
stays open later on days when Park Street is open.) 
Smoking: Smoking is allowed at the bar, which has 
a TV for diners. 

House specials: Cedar plank salmon and pretzel 
crusted pork chops (The restaurant Is adding new 
menu items soon.) '' 

For more Information: Call (847) 949-1900, or 
visit www.parkstreetdining.com. 



basil and tomato flavor. 

For an entree, Lindsey recommends Park : 
Street's pretzel crusted pork chops, a house 
special. The pork chops are drizzled with a" 
light buttery sauce and pieces of pretzel that ** 
add a subtle, juicy flavor. 

Another twist on the menu is the restau- 
rant's homemade calzones, which allow din- 
ers to chose from a variety of ingredients, , 

For dessert, Lindsey prepares several 
items, including cheesecake with a raspberry 
sauce. The cheesecake is moist and creamy, 
and the sauce is sweet and tastes like you're 
biting into fresh fruit. 

While enjoying the tasty menu items, din- 
ers can relax in the calm and casual atmos- 
phere of Park Street. Filled with rose-colored 
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creates a soothing place for customers to 
escape - if only for a meal. 



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SPECIAL SPONSORS 

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Fireworks Sponsored by Community Trust Credit Union 

PLATINUM CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS: $1000 AND HIGHER 

Gurnee Park District; Lake County News-Sun; Lake County Journals; Pioneer 

Press - Gurnee Review; Gurnee Community Bank; Consumers Credit Union; 

Heather Ridge Umbrella Association and Golf Club. 

GOLD CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS: $500 TO $999 

Bernic from Gurnee State Farm Agency; Kloss Distributing Co,; Weiman 
Products, LLC; Warren Township Center. 

SILVER CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS: $250 TO $499 

Gurnee Flowers by Balmes; Norstatcs Bank; Pete Artcrburn, Coldwell Bank 
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Architects, P.C.; Eirich Machines, Inc;; First Midwest Bank; Gurnee Furniture; 
Joseph J. Henderson & Son, Inc.; McClurc's Garage; St. Paul the Apostle Catholic 

Church; Tablecraft Products Company. 

BRONZE CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS: $100 TO $249 

Sunrise of Gurnee; Multi Media Marketing; Gurnee Garage and Towing; 

American Tradesman, Inc.; Animal Health Clinic & Hospitnl of Lake County, Ltd.; 

Brookhaven Apartments; Cardinal Wine & Spirits; E. D. Clark School 

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Christopher Walken stars in "Balls of Fury," a new comedy that spoofs martial arts films. 



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By JEFFREY WESTHOFF 

sldetracks@nwnewsgroup.com 

From "Knocked Up" to 
7Superbad" to "Balls of Fury/' 
this has been a good season 
for lowbrow comedy. 

"Fury" isn't in the same 
league of hilarity as the two 
earlier films,,nor does it ulti- 
mately turn into a sweet 
examination of relationships. 

"Fury" is a parody, but a 
funny one and much more ' 
clever than the repetitive 
"Scary Movie," "Date Movie," 
"Epic Movie" cycle. 

Written by the "Reno 911" 
.team of ThomasXenhoh and .. 
Robert Ben .Garant, arid 
directed by Garant, "Fury" 
spoofs old martial arts 
movies, specifically "Enter - 
the Dragon." , 

The central joke is the sub- 
stitution of pingpong for kung 
fu. 

Chubby Dan Fogler, a Tony 
Award winner for "The 25th 
Annual Putnam County . 
Spelling Bee," plays the Bruce 
Lee role. 

The FBI asks his character, 
former table-tennis champion 
Randy Daytona, to infiltrate 
the elite underground ping- 
pong tournament that master 
criminal Feng (Christopher 
Walken) hosts at his secret 
lair. 

. Randy was once a 12-year- 
old phenom who quit compet- 
ing after a humiliating loss to 
the East German player 
(Lennon) at the 1988 
Olympics. 

FBI agent Rodriguez 
(George Lopez) finds the adult 
Randy performing a pingpong 
novelty act In Reno. 
, Rodriguez hauls Randy to 
Chinatown to have his skills 
sharpened by'bllnd Master 
Wong (James Hong) and his 
sexy niece Maggie (Maggie Q). 
Beginning the lessons, Master 
Wong declares, "Pingpong is 
n6t the Macarena." 

The training segment takes 
up as much time as the tour- 
nament, which seems to be a 
miscalculation for Lennori 
and Garant, but parodies like 
this don't hinge on screenplay 
structure; they hinge on 
laughs, and "Fury" has a 
bounty of them. 
' Many of the jokes play off 
■ martial arts movie cliches. A 
few jokes are so specific to 
"Enter the Dragon," they 
seem tossed in as Easter eggs 
for Bruce Lee fans. 
Those.who don't know 
, Bruce Lee from Jackie Chan 

will find plenty of other 
• things to laugh at such as 
Randy's devotion to Def 
Leppard. 

The supporting cast fea- 
tures a tag team of funny 
actors: David Koechner, 
Patton Oswalt, Terry Crews 
and Diedrich Bader. As an in- 
joke, Jason Scott Lee, star of 



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Director: Robert Ben Garant 
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the Bruce Lee biography 
"Dragon," plays a Chinatown 
thug. 

. Fogler has a relaxed comic 
style and brings humor out of 
subtle hand gestures as he 
plays an overweight, over-the- 
hill pingpong champ. 

For the comedy's designat- 
ed straight man, he gets a 
good amount of laughs him- , 
self. 

Nobody gets more laughs 
than Walken as the Asian 
crime lord with a Queens 
accent. Dressed like Elvis in a 
production.of "The Mikado," 
Walken luxuriates every 
ridiculous bit of dialogue. No 
one will ever say, "Okey dokey 
artichokey" with such v 
panache. 

"Balls of Fury" offers a 
loose string very much In the 
spirit of the original 
"Airplane!" Despite its tacky 
title and PG-13 rating, the , 
humor is far less crude than 
today's norm. It is a relief to 
see a comedy where 70 per- 
cent of the jokes don't rely on 
bodily fluids. 

With a steady supply of 
jokes,' "Balls of Fury" is a 
good-natured, easy-to-take 
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There is a limit to the 
number of fried green toma- 
toes we can eat and the num- 
ber of jars of greentomato 
relish we can fill, so when 
faced with A basket of green 
tomatoes, we decided to do a 
little culinary improvisa- 
tion. 

As any home gardener 
knows, green tomatoes are 
firm, unrlpened tomatoes 
that are picked In the fall 
before the first frost. New 
Englanders, known for their 
frugality, will do anything to 
avoid waste. Before tossing 
green tomatoes onto the 
compost, they will try to fig- 
ure out. a way to make them . 
ripen. 

One of their suggestions, 
which we tried, was hanging 
the vines upside-down in the 

. cellar. It sounded reasonable 
enough until we realized 
that tomatoes, ripe or not, 

.eventually soften and fall off 
the vine, which Is exactly 
what happened to us. 

Next, we tried wrapping 
the tomatoes individually in 
newspaper and putting them 
in the refrigerator to ripen. 
Before we knew it, the refrig- 
erator was so filled with 
tomatoes, which incidentally 
never.ripened, there was no 
room for anything else. We ;. 
were left where we started, 
with a basket of green toma- 
toes. 

One of our best green 
tomato recipes is a kuchen- 

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(Serves 8) 

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Ingredients 

Nonstick cooking spray 
1/3 cup butter, softened 

1 cup sugar 

2 large eggs . • 

1 teaspoon vanilla extract 

1 cup sifted all-purpose flour ' 

1 teaspoon baking powder 
1/8 teaspoon salt 

2 green tomatoes, cored and 
cut into eighths 

2 teaspoons turbina*do or gran- 
ulated sugar - 
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 

Directions 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees 
Fahrenheit. Spray a 9-inch 
round cake pan or baking dish 
with oil. 

Cream butter and sugar. 
When slightly fluffy, beat in 
eggs and vanilla. 

Combine flour, baking powder 
and salt, and sift into the « 
creamed butter mixture; beat 
well. Spoon batter into pre- . 
pared pan. Arrange green 
tomato pieces in concentric 
circles over batter. Sprinkle 
lightly with sugar and cinna- 
mon. 

Bake 50 minutes to 1 hour, or 
until cake is firm and golden 
and tests done. 

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Sharky's believes in doing 
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the establishment boasts two 
lull bars and seating capacity 
in the hundreds. Add to that 
14 TV's, 7 pool tables, Baggo 
bean bag toss, 2 dart boards, 



arcade games, and the 24 lane 
Lakes Bowl and the whole 
family can enjoy a visit. 

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fall pool and dart leagues now 
forming, in addition to bowl- 
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lounge. And while- you're 
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sausage or pepperonl pizza' 
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LIBRA- Sept 23/Oct 23 
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School is in. 

I know this because of the 
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have to pay the bills or diet!" 

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you might be unfamiliar with. 

caffiend (noun): A person 
who heads straight for the pop 
machine every morning, 
grunting at people who stand 
in her way. a knom caffimj, 
tits rolumist was aean rub- 
bleshooting (definition coming 
up) the .bottom of her purge far 
guar tars. After chugging her 
diet pep, she did doughnuts in 
the parking Jot for an hour. 

chunkola bar (noun): A 
hideous, fiber-filled granola 
bar apparently made of bird- 
seed, twigs and packing 
peanuts. The colunnist farced 
herself tDeatachunkcda bar 
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attack passed. 

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ity for a human to hide things 
from herself, m a terrdbh r 
instance of cbja voodoo, tiie 
oohimist left her cell phone 
in die refrigerator. 

fauxvorite (noun): A fake 
preference made to humor a 
loved one. The columist's ' 
boyfriend' sfauxvccLtB thing 
to do en Saturday afternoons 
was to take her shopping 
and hold her purse while she 
tries things on. 

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deep in one's bag for a 
microscopic item that is 
nestled among 4 pounds of 
gum wrappers and ATM 
receipts. The columist rub- 
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fbr her driver' s Ti'fHfce after 
driving like a phonehead. 

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LakeCountyJournals.com 




PREP SCHEDULE: Libertyville and Carmel's 
Aug. 31 matchup is just a taste of the upcoming 
prep games in Lake County. PAGE 8B 



PREP ROUNDUP: Grant takes second in a boys 
golf meet while other prep sports programs get 
started on another season. PAGE 9B " 



KADUK: Bears fans got a scary reminder that 
Devin Hester isn't invincible during the Bears 
preseason game against San Francisco. PAGE 9B 



» Sidelines 




Daniel J. 
Patrick 



Starting off 
with a bang 

Last week, football season kick 
offs came and went, and It seems 
that the athletic directors knew a 
tiling or two about scheduling. As 
evidenced by a season's worth of 
football classics all packed into 
one weekend. 

Out of the nine games that 
affected the Lake County 
Journals' 11 teams, six of them 
were decided by a touchdown or 
less. 

Check out some of the scores 
from these games: 

Grant 28, Johnsburg 21 
Lakes 28, Grayslake North 27 
Libertyville 13, Barrington 6 
Mundeleln 16, Buffalo Grove 13 
New Trier 20, Warren 13 
Westosha Central 20, Round Lake 16 

Breaking out the old calculator, 
we find that the average winning 
margin was only 4.8 points. That, 
my friends, makes for one H-E- 
double hockey sticks of a football 
weekend. But even the ones that 
were decided by a full touchdown 
went right down to the wire. 

Grant's 28-21 win over 
Johnsburg was decided by a rush- 
ing touchdown by Bulldog quar- 
terback Pavel Zurkowski with 4.3 
seconds left on the clock. New 
Trier escaped Warren courtesy of 
an early 95-yard punt return that 
turned out to be the difference in 
the game. Libertyyille's win came 
with a touchdown with just more. 
. than four minutes left in the 
game. - 

And the game of the week? 
Lakes' 28-27 win over Grayslake 
North was the kind of game that 
you write cheesy 
Hoosiers/Gridlron Gang movies 
about- but without the drunken 
assistant coaches and juvenile 
delinquents. 

The Lakes/Grayslake North 
game was a see-sawing battle that 
most kids dream about, let alone 
carry out. If you weren't there, or 
don't have the time to read my 
story about the game, the truncat- 
ed version of the game has each 
team answering each other touch- 
down-for-touchdown before a spec- 
tacular field goal block to pre- 
serve the one-point Lakes win. In 
other words, the Eagles escaped 
by the spikes on their cleats. 

Such great football almost gets 
me even more excited about this 
week. After all, we've got the bat- 
tle of the titans between Carmel 
and Libertyville this Friday. 

So I'll say It again: What a 
week of football and I can't wait 
for the next one. 

• Daniel J.Patdck is the grrto 
erfttrr far the lake County 
Journals.W .rite to him at 

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» Football: Lakes 28, Grayslake North 27 



First win evades Knights once again 



Lakes senior blocks 
field goal for win 

By DANIEL J. PATRICK 

dpatrick@nwnewsgroup.com 

GRAYSLAKE - It seems that the 
Knights' monkey on their backs is 
safe for one more week - but this 
time, it barely escaped with its life. 

Grayslake North fought hard in a 
see-sawing battle with nearby rival 
Lakes but fell short in a 28-27 loss. 
Despite an offense that put up 418 
yards, including 329 on the ground, 
the Knights are still looking for their 
first win In school history. 

Even with 1:08 left on the clock, 
the Knights refused to be intimidat- 
ed. Led by quarterback Nick 
Harrington, Grayslake North 
marched down the field for 64 yards 
down to Lakes' 12-yard line. 

With 6 seconds left on the clock, 
Knight kicker Brandon Schroth 
lined up for the 26-yard field goal. 
But as the ball was snapped, Lakes 
senior Marcus Williams broke 
through the line and blocked the 
field goal to preserve Lakes' fragile 
lead and give the Eagles the win. 

"It hit me in the middle of my 
chest and it was just great timing," 
Williams said of the errant kick. 

■Williams' block in the chest was a 
kick in the chest for the Knights as 
Grayslake North had its first football 
win in school history in sight. 

Grayslake led 27-20 with just 3:49 
left in the game. Harrington kept the 
ball on the option play and ran for 30 
yards, and broke three tackles for a 
late lead. 

But Lakes was not done. Facing 
third-and-26 Lakes quarterback 




Annie Chili I! e • nchriil ie5nwnevrtgr0up.com 

Lakes quarterback Randy Ratajczyk focuses on the ball after a snap during the team's season opener against Grayslake North. 



Randy Ratajczyk threw up an off-bal- 
ance 42-yard pass to Brad Sanderson 
in the endzone to cut North's lead to 
27-26. As Brent Gruber ran in for the 
two-point conversion, that was all. 
the points the Eagles would heed. 

"I guess [Gruber] had a little more 
speed than the safeties and I saw him 
in the corner of the endzone," 
Ratajczyk said. "But for that field 
goal [at the end of the game], I was 



just standing on the sidelines and 
just praying and Williams blocked 
it." 

As the Eagles escaped with a one- 
point victory, Lakes coach Luke 
'Mertens was singing praise to 
Grayslake North. 

"They [Grayslake North] played a 
great game tonight and it went down 
to the wire," Mertens said. 'They 
really tested us. We came out initial- 



ly very rattled. I don't know if it was 
because it's the first game, the big 
rivalry or anything else. We just had 
to catch our breath." 

In the first half, the game was a 
back-and-forth battle from the very 
beginning. After a scoreless first 
quarter, both teams traded punches 
in the second half. 

See LAKES, page 8B 



.» football; Antioch 27, Grayslake Central 7 ^ -- - 

New coaches see their share of peaks, valleys 




Annie Christie • achiistle5nwnevrtgr04Jp.com 

Grayslake Central's Rich Smith runs the ball past 
Antioch's Alex Fechauer as he lunges for a tackle during 
both schools' 2007 season opener at Grayslake Central. 



Antioch wins ats first 
football game since 2005 

By DANIEL J, PATRICK 

dpalrick@inwnQvvsgroup.com 

GRAYSLAKE - Peaks and valleys can be an all- 
too-familiar feeling for football coaches. During the 
season opener in Grayslake, Grayslake Central 
coach Nick Goshe had a few too many valleys for 
his liking. 

, Goshe began his Grayslake Central coaching 
career with a 27*7 loss to Antioch. While the Rams 
were supposed to play in Antioch, the Sequoits 
rolled into Grayslake and won it's first game since 
2005. 

The Rams basically set the one for the game in 
their first drive. Grayslake gained three first downs 
before it all went downhill. Rams quarterback Greg 
Bey's screen pass bounced off the back of a blocker 
and right into the hands of Antioch's Alex 
Fechauer. In just two plays, the Sequoits capitalized 
on the Grayslake turnover for an early 7 : lead. 

That wasn't the end of Grayslake Central's 
turnover problems. The Rams suffered through 
multiple rcdzone turnovers. 

"Between the 20s our offense was pretty sweet," 
Goshe said. "We put up some good yardage, but that 
doesn't win ballgames. If you can't score In the red- 



zone, you're not going to win." 

Central's offense was indeed efficient as the 
Rams racked up 285 yards in the game. Bey led his 
team with 39 yards on the ground, but gained 202 
yards and a touchdown on 16-of-33 passing. 

Bey had some valleys of his own. In the first 
half, Bey threw two interceptions and his most cost- 
ly turnover came during a crucial drive in the 
beginning of the fourth quarter. 

After Bey marched his offense down the field for 
53 yards, Grayslake Central was knocking on the 
door at the 2-yard line. But Bey fumbled the snap 
that was recovered by Antioch defensive lineman 
Alec Paramski. ' '( f 

"That was the turnover that was a real momen- 
tum -killer," Goshe said. "If we score that touch- 
down, the score's 27-14 and you're battling. But that 
fumble was very deflating and it's tough to try to get 
that momentum back, especially in the fourth quar- 
ter." 

Meanwhile, the Sequoits had their own peaks 
and valleys, but the peaks were entirely too high for 
the Rams to climb. Early in the game, Antioch was 
able to find the endzone in two plays for its first 
score and it took all of one play - a 71-yard touch- 
down sprint for senior Dan Larsen - for the 14-0 
lead. One valley come in the form of a 76-yard 
touchdown pass that was called back for an illegal 
motion penalty. 

See ANTIOCH, page 8B 




Ray Bryant 



Ray Bryant - Round Lake 

Round Lake running back Ray Bryant 
showed why he's tough to tackle. Bryant 
racked up 160 yards and two touchdowns 
. against Westosha Central, Wis. Despite his 
team's 20-16 loss, Bryant seems to be off to a 
pretty good start this season. 




Brad Wisniewskl 



Brad VVisnievvski - Wauconda 

Bulldogs running back Brad Wisniewskl is 
picking up where he left off last season. The 
senior tailback rushed for 139 yards and 
scored a touchdown against Huntley. Thanks 
to Wlsniewski's efforts, Wauconda opened 
the season with a 27-13 win. 



To nominate a student athlete for Quick Hitters, please send 
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What: Football-Libertyville vs. Carmel 
Where: Carmel Catholic High School 
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31 



Two of the top football programs in the state, at schools 
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than this? The two former state champions haven't clashed 
since the 2000 playoffs - three years before Carmel claimed 
its state championship and four before Libertyville did. 

Be sure to get there early because this one's going to be 
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Lakes at Crystal Lake Central, 

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Libertyville at Carmel, 7:30 p.m. 

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Pepsi Showdown at Warren, 5 

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Stevenson at Carmel, 4:30 p.m. 

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Grayslake Central at Crystal Lake 

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• ANTIOCH 

Continued from 7B 

"They were just jacked up 
from the beginning and we 
were able to score quickly," 
Antioch coach Brian 
Glashagel said. "Between Dan 
Larsen, Cameron White and 
Steve Lorenzini, we were real- 
ly able to run the ball on them 
all game long." 

Glashagel's run-first 
offense racked up 259 yards 
on 43 carries led by Larsen 
with 106 yards and two touch- 
downs, and Lorenzini gaining 
100 yards on 19 carries. 

The Rams on the other the 
hand garnered only 83 yards 
on 23 carries from their run 
game to go along with Bey's 
202 passing yards. 

Overall, Goshe said he was 
happy with his offense 
despite costly turnovers. 

"Turnovers killed us. We 
Just couldn't score in the red- 
zone," Goshe said. "Three 




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Grayslake Central's Chris Schnider tries to catch Antioch's Dan 
Larsen as he rushes 71 yards for a touchdown during the 2007 sea- 
son opener at Grayslake Central High School. Antioch won 27-7. 



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•LAKES 

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LAKE COUNTY JOURNALS 

ZJon-Benton 157, Grant 174, Richmond- 
Burton 200: Host Grant finished sec- 
ond In a three-team golf meet, at 
Antioch. Golf Club. Grant finished at 
174, while Zion-Benton won the meet 
at 157i Richmond-Burton finished 
with 200. A Zipn player was meet 
medalist, scoring a 33 for nine holes. 
Kurt Ray had Grant's best score, with 
a 39; Daniel Otway carded a 43, Justin 
Helmich a 46, and Adam Tucker a 47. 



Bill Stone earned the medal with a 
score of 40 to lead the- victorious 
Wildcats. , 

McHemy 143, Grayslake North 166: 

Grayslake North falls to 0-3 in the Fox 
Valley Conference. Aug. 22 with a 143-' 
166 loss to McHenry North's Ryan 
0*Malley led the way for the Knights 
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Lindelow earned the medal with a 
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her team with a 67. 



career while Mike Davis and Bobby 
Privett scored for the Rams. Assist 
honors went to Ryan Williams and 
Brad Martinez. 



UbertyvHIe 169, Lakes 186: Despite a Lake Zurich 204, Lakes 212: Lake 

second-best score of 41 from Colin Zurich overcame Lakes by eight 

Drayton, Lakes couldn't overcome strokes Aug. 27. Abbie Horan was the 

Libertyville in a North Suburban medalist with a score of 39. Sarah 

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CHICAGO -Or all the 
sights seen Aug. 25 at Soldier 
Field, it was the one you want- 
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No, not Rex Grossman fum- 
bling another snap. 

• The sight was Devln 
Hester lying on the ground, 
surrounded by medical per- 
sonnel and concerned team- 
mates. Ever see a crowd gawk- 
ing at a sports car after it hit 
a light pole? The first-quarter 
scene with Hester looked a lit- 
tle like that. 

Fortunately for the Bears, 
the special teams star got up 
sooner rather than later. 
Hester didnjt return to the 31* 
28 Bears preseason win 
against San Francisco, but his 
bruised shoulder didn't force 
him to the locker room, either. 

Within seconds, he was 
smiling. Within minutes, he 
was joking with teammates. 
Disaster apparently averted. 
Still, it was a scary situa- 
tion and another reminder of 
the woruies that some have 
about Hester's increasing role 
with the offense. In adding to 
his responsibilities are the 
Bears putting him in a posi- 
tion to get hurt? Are they ask- 
ing the golden goose to lay 
more eggs than he's capable or 
producing? 

u Given that the Bears 
played it extra cautious with 
the quick hook of Hester and 
that the damage seems mini- 
mal, maybe this qualifies as .,'. 
an overly sensitive reaction. 
Nevertheless it remains 
important that Lovie Smith 
and the Bears treat Hester 
like the rare and precious 
commodity he is and contin- 
ues to be f Finding new ways 
to utilize Hester shouldn't be 
a problem this season, so long 
as the staff remembers he 
possesses the most value to 
the team when he's standing 
under a kick - not sitting on 
the sidelines with his shoul- 
der in a sling. 

Because Muhsin 
Muhammad sat on the inac- 
tive list Saturday night, 
Hestpr got the opportunity to 
start at wide receiver. He did- ' 
n't see the ball on the Bears' 
first drive, so when he trotted 
out for what turned out to be 
his only punt return of the 
night, he was greeted by a 
standing ovation from the 
fans in the south end zone. 
When the punt from Andy Lee 
sailed into the air, Soldier 
Field buzzed like it was a reg- 
ular-season game and not the 
third preseason contest. Upon 
fielding the kick, Hester 
bumped into a teammate, then 
fought off two 49ers for a 29- 




Kevin 
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yard gain to the Bears' 49-yard 
line. 

The crowd, filled with 
many people wearing hot-sell- 
ing Hester jerseys, showed its 
approval with a roar. 

Then, after the most vio- 
lent play in football, Hester 
stayed on the field. When the 
game resumed after a com- 
mercial, he took a 3-yard pass 
in the fiat from Grossman and 
Immediately was creamed by 
two San Francisco defenders. 
Two plays later, as Cedrlc 
Benson rushed right for a 
loss, Hester threw a downfield 
block at linebacker Parys 
Haralson. Apparently not 
using the right form, he 
stayed on the ground. His 
night was.over. 

When Muhammad returns 
to the lineup, it's unlikely 
Hester Will be placed in such 
a demanding situation. 

Nor should he be. While 
Hester's speed and agility can 
put Ron Turner in a giddier . 
mood than a bride oh her wed- 
ding day, there has to be some 
risk-reward examination 
when lining the fastest player 
. In the game up on offense. You 
don't want to lose Hester's 
seven touchdowns from last 
season, nor do you want. to 
lose the good field position 
he's going to hand Grossman 
and the offense, 

"There will be times he'll 
return It and we'll go right 
with him and there are times 
we won't," Turner said after 
the game. "We'll just have to 
get a feel for it." 

There's no doubt Hester 
can be a valuable weapon on 
offense this season. Grossman 
said the Bears are holding 
back a package for the regular 
season and that Hester is "a 
big part of the plays we're 
holding back." 

' Still, as much as Hester 
can make it seem like he's a ' 
pigsklnversion of Superman, 
he has physical limitations 
like any other player. It might 
• be difficult, but the Bears 
have to remember that. 

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ture issues In their homes,., 
while 44 percent said they 
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I number one issue on their 
^construction projects. 

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Hon on mold. RSMC is an 
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tions, companies/and govern- 
ment and academic organiza- 
tions. 

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, sage is that if you control 
1 moisture, you'll control mold. 
While moid-resistant prod- 
ucts can play an important 
" role, unless they are installed 
properly as part of good 



building practices, mold can 
become a problem, . 

Consider these myths and 
facts: 

Myth #l: Mold grows only 
on paper, wood and other 
organic materials. • 

Facts: Mold will grow on 
any surface, including glass, 
fiberglass and even steel. 
Mold needs three things to 
grow: 1) mold spores, which 
are always in the air; 2) mois- 
ture; and 3) a food source,, 
which can" be as simple as 
household dust. Houses are 
constructed using a wide 
variety of organic materials; 
as a result, the only effective 
strategy to control mold is to 
control molsturei 
. Myth #2: Mold can be elim- 
inated. 

Facts: Only "clean, room" 
technologles-which are too 
expensive and unnecessary 
for the home or office-can 
eliminate mold spores. The 
one thing you can control is 
moisture. We all benefit from 
some molds, including the 
species that led to the develop- 
ment of penicillin. Mold plays 
a critical role in the process- 
ing of natural wastes such as 
leaves, grass and branches, 



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' Myth #3: Mold is the only 
moisture control issue of con- 
cern. 

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moisture causes mold, it also 
fosters the growth of dust 
mites and bacteria, as well as 
attracts cockroaches and 
rodents. Moisture will ulti- 
mately .damage finishes and 
otherwise shorten the useful 
life' of any building. So not 
only does excessive moisture 
make a building less comfort- 
able, it will ultimately dimin- 
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Myth #4: Only experts can 
clean mold. 

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clean small patches of* mold 



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and warm water. Scrub any : 
mold patch vigorously in 
order to remove mold spores 
that otherwise would remain 
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breaks. After cleaning, rins- 
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mold has grown, discard any 
rubber gloves and cleaning 
cloths used in the process. 
Larger patches of mold may 
need to be eliminated by 
trained professionals.' ; 

'Myth, "^5: Once moid starts, 
it will ,al ways' be present. 

;Facts: : Mold can be stopped 
in its tracks, but only if mois- 
ture is minimized or eliminat- 
ed. .,.,,. Consequently, leaks 
should be' corrected as soon as 



they become, apparent. 
Building experts urge home* 
owners to be aware of some of 
the telltale signs of mold, 
which Include dampness, 
odors, discoloration, peeling 
paint, condensation, compact- 



ed insulation and actual mold 
outbreaks. 

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controlling moisture and 
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Experts;say, to lighten cabi- 
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Add skylights to fill the room 
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windows, so you* have more 
space for shelves or cabinets or 
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Electrochromlc glass is also 
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There, are many reasons to 
use slipcovers in. your home. 
Perhaps. you!ve just moved, 
and your current sofa set does- 
n't quite match the hew color 
scheme. ';Maybe, you've Just 
had a baby and you want to 
protect your furniture from 
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the versatility of being able 
to change the look of a room 
on a whim. Whatever the rea- 
son, here; are some handy 
tips when considering slip- 
covers. 

Slipcover styles 

Slipcovers come in differ- 
ent types; varying by fit and 
price, color and pattern. The , 
most basic is a loose-fitting 
cover that can be tossed over 
the sofa to cover it. There Is. 
little tucking required, or 
shape to this type of slipcover. 
Typically, this is an inexpen- 
sive find carried by, most 
major department stores. 

The next grade of slipcover 
is one that is more fitted. It 
might be constructed with 
elastic around the base skirt, 
and it will probably be a little 
more tailored to fit the shape 
of a sofa. It will not be a cus- 
tom-fit — you'll still have to do 
your share of tucking and 
adjusting to achieve a look 
'that closely resembles an 
upholstered sofa — but it will 
be appealing to the eye. Select 
department stores carry fitted 
slipcovers as well as specialty 
interior design shops. 

Custom-designed slipcov- 
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bunch. Here, your sofa is 
measured by a representative 
from the .slipcover manufac- 
turer,.interior designer or fur- 
niture store, and a slipcover is 
manufactured to the exact 
specifications. 

Oftentimes, matching pil- 
low covers are included as 
well. This option gives you a 
look that most resembles an 
upholstered sofa, with the con- 
venience of a cover that can in 
many cases be removed and 
laundered. . 

Fit tips 

Each slipcover manufactur- 
er will offer guidelines on 
choosing one that is the right 
size. They will probably carry 
standard sizes, such as reclin- 
er, large chair, love seat and 
sofa. Follow the manufactur- 
ers' directions for measuring 
across the width of your fur- 
niture to determine the cover 
that will be the closest fit. 
Some other ways to achieve a 
proper fit include: 

• Tucking trouble — If your 
sofa is void of a suitable tuck- 
ing area, meaning there is no 
crease between the. sofa back 
and the arms, create neat 
pleats in the slipcover, by fold- 
ing over sections, and then 
tuck as usual into where the 
bottom cushions meet the seat 

' back. 

• Thin arms — Beef up the 
arms. of .your sofa with some 
upholstery batting from a fab- 
rlcsupply store or craft center 
to fill out your slipcover. Most 
slipcovers are designed to 
accommodate the thick arms 
of today's sofa styles. 

• Slipping and sliding '— If 
you are placing a slipcover 
over a leather or vinyl sofa, it 
may slide around. a bit. Use 

' nonskid strips, similar to 
those used under area rugs, 
placed directly on the sofa 
before you put on your slip- 
cover - to keep things in place. 

• Techniques for tucking - 
Use a wooden spoon to tuck 
Into hard-to-reach areas. In 
addition, use a magazine 
rolled up and secured with a 
rubber band or specially- 
designed, foam tubes sold at 
stores that carry slipcovers. 
They often may also be 
ordered directly from slipcov- 
er . manufacturers. Consult 
with the store for more infor- 
mation. 

• Wrinkle reducer — To take 
care of wrinkles, throw the 
slipcover in the dryer with a 
damp towel for a few minutes. 
Just' check the cleaning and 
care tag first to make sure the 
dryer won't damage the fabric. 
In many cases, the dryer can 
also be used to shrink the slip- 
cover to ensure a better fit. 

Slipcover fabrics 

There are many fabrics and 
styles used today for premade 
slipcovers,! They're designed 
to be durable and easy to care 
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Well kept ranch,- spacious family room 

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bedroom,, his/hers closets, also 2nd bd. 

& bath. Patio doors out to decks and 

fenced yard. Shops & major hwys 

close by. This one's for you! 

$145,900 

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PROUDLY OWN 

This immaculate 2 bd ranch, huge 
corner professionally landscaped lot. 
New carpet,- windows, a/c, water htr, 
1.5 car garage and johnsburg schools. 

$169,900 




TOWNHOME WITH 
LAKE ACCESS 

Lake front community , 2 bd (1 Master 

w/ bath) +1.5 baths. Great room w/ 

fireplace, kit. &r brkfst bar. Garage, 

dock, swimming pool. Near Metra 

. and shops. 

$184,900 



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VACATION VILLAGE 

Move in ready. Enjoy boat docks to the 
Chain O' Lakes. Outdoor pool, club 

house. Unit w/ 1 bd, patio & balcony. 
Close to shops, Metra & major hwy. 

$55,900 



NO MORE RENT 

Family outgrew me! I'm near the IL/WI 
border and have 2 big bedrooms 

upstairs and a finished basement. Extra 

Ig. patio & yard make this home a 

great buy. No monthly fees. 

$146,900 



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LAKEFRONT TOWNHOME 

Master bd / bath, 1st & 2nd fl. Poss. 
3rd bd in loft. Oversize rooms. Walk- 
out basement. Gorgeous views of 
Wooster Lake in comm. w/ boat docks, 

picnic areas, & more. Agent owned. 

$299,000 



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SPACE AND COMFORT 

Sharp tri-level w/3 bds, 2 baths, 

vaulted ceiling in lr, family rm, new 

carpet, quarry tile in kit & baths, 2 car 

att. gar. Newly landscaped. 

Move right in! 

$209,000 




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SMART BUY 

Great floor plan combines efficiency 

with looks in this 4 bd, 2.5 bath 

home w/ family rm & frpl, formal 

drm. 3 car gar. & large stone patio. 

Loc. Genoa City, Wl. 

$219,000 



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Why Da Thermal Pane Windows Fait? 

/ill Windows eventually fall? the best day a window ever had was the day it 
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Manufactures expect and plan for solar pumping. Built Into every window 
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KEMPER LAKES 
GOLF CLUB In 
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Cart Attendants 
Restaurant Servers 

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Rd. Call; 847-320-3450 

Fax: 847-320-4315 



LABORATORY 
COMPOUNDER 
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perience In chemical 
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resume to: cahlstedt® 

synergytaste.com 
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Educalion/Northbrook 

Teacher Aide 

Therapeutic School 
seeks full time Teacher 
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Sign language a + but 
not required. Dr. Russell 
Reizner, Center on 
Dealness, P: 847-559- 
0110; F: 847-559-8199 
EOE 



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Machinist 

Established Fntanar 
Sorting Company In 
Grayslake is looking 
for experienced Ma- 
chine Sot-up/Lead 
Person lo work 12 
hour shift, 3 Vi days 
on and 3 ft days off 
on 2nd shift. Starting 
wage of $10.15 to 
$11.00 based on expe- 
rience. 

Able to read 1 microme- 
ters, calipers and 
blueprints. Knowledge 
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blueprints. Strong me- 
chanical aptitude. Com- 
puter sklis. Able to fol- 
low written and verbal 
instructions. Spanish 
speaking a plus. 

Benefits Include Medi- 
cal, Life, 401 K, Holiday 
& Vacation Pay and 
night shift premium. 

Apply In person or 
Fax resume to: 

QUALITY INSPECTION 
SERVICES 

AttnrKeilhGbson 
400 S. Curran Road 
Grayslake, IL 60030 

(647)54 6-4448 
Fax {847)740-8685 



Maintenance 

Apply your skills 

to the production 

of success. 

At Suncast Corporation, 
we offer a challenging 
workplace where you can 
apply your skills In a team- 
oriented environment. As a 
leader in the production of 
a diverse range of prod- 
ucts lor outdoor work, 
snow removal, and stor- 
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ented employees to drive 
our success-and their own. 
You'll discover why cus- 
tomers and employees 
alike rely on us to lake 
care ol and build the things 
that are most Important in 
their lives. We currently 
seek the following experi- 
enced maintenance pro- 
fessional to join our 
Balavia.1L location: 

EQUIPMENT 
MAINTENANCE 

TECHNICIAN 
Selected candidate will in- 
stall, maintain and repair 
production equipment; 
plan maintenance & repair 
procedures (power, hy- 
draulics, electric & elec- 
tronic control); and diag- 
nose/sol vo equipment 
problems. Demonstrated I 
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maintenance and proven 
skills In sheet mei.il work, 
welding, hydraulics, pneu- 
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electronics, bask: pipe fit- 
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quired, 

We olfer an excellent ben- 
efit package Including 
401K and profit sharing. 
Please send resume with 
salary requitements lo: 
Suncast, Attn: MAM. 701 
North Kttk Road, Batavta, 
IL 60510. Fax: 630-406- 
6298. E-mail: resume @ 
suncast com . No phone 



Manufacturing 

Ct COT TA 
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Colta Transmission 
Company, LLC located 
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located In Beloit Wis- 
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components and as- 
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nal customer approved 
transmission. The quali 
lied candidate must be 
self-motivated, working 
efficiently Independently 
and have strong main 
and blueprint reading 
skills as well as experi- 
ence using dial gauges 
and calipers. We offer 
competitive wages and 
generous benefits 

Apply in person at 
1301 Prince Hall Drive, 
Beloit, Wl. Fax resumes 

to 1-608-368-5624, 
Attention Bemice York. 



Manufacturing 

NOW HIRING!!! 

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Call for a company tour 
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800 Ela Road 

Lake Zurich, IL 60047 

847-726-5274 



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Mgr. Quoting, customer 
development and mgmt 
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815-444-4587 



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Sales 

84 LUMBER COMPANY 

We are seeking qualified candidates lor our Pala- 
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INSIDE SALES ASSOCIATES 

YARD HELP 

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Progressive IT organization In 
Bismarck has 

35 new positions 
left to fill! 

We offer 

• Careers with e purpose 

• Flexible work schedules 

• Paid family health benefits 

• Great training 

• Opportun lies to work with 
leaders In the Industry 

• State-of-the-Art technology 

• Competitive compensation 



Application 
Developers 

JAVA. .NET, COBOL, 

. PowerBuilder, ' 
Alirtiilon Gin 



i Projoct 
Managers 

Mantge tflnjo-scnlo ' 

IT projocts 



HR Assistant 

Supports all phisot of 

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Apply Now) 

State of North Dakota 

Information Technology Department 

Visit http7Awww.nd.gov/ltd/ for complete Job 

and application details. Contact Brandy 

Peterson at ltdjobstQnd.gov. or call 
(701) 328-1002 / TTY 1-800-368 -8688. 



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Union Pacific hoi opening! fordiV«l J mechqnicsond electronic 
leclmicians. We olfer excellent pay and benefits, ond a chance lo do 
meaningful wotk. * - Xi r ; 

• Locomotive Electronic Technicians - ^ 
- Journeyperson Diesel Electricians 

inspect, repair and maintain ihe electrical pans of our diesel 
electric loeomolivej. The starting wage is $2l.87/hr. 
Requires 4 years of electronics experience. 

• Journeyperson Diesel Mechanics 

inspect, repair and maintain ihe engine and mechanical 
pails on diesel electric locomotives. The starting wage Is 
$21.59/hr. Requires 4 years of heavy diesel mechanic 
oxperionco. 

Apply loday at 
vywrY.unionpacific.iobj 



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BUILDING AMERICA' 



An Eqw! Oppotkinily Employer 



Yaurta starts now. 



Now Hiring! , 
Direct Sales Representatives 

Sell cable, high speed Internet 
and telephone servlcest 



At Medlacom Communications, we 
provide broadband services to over 1,500 
cities and (owns throughout tho country. 
To our employees, we are proud lo offer 
opportunity, growth, and success. By 
embarking on a career with Modiacorn, 
you're taking the first step towards tho 
future you've always wanted. 

We understand how valuable our 
employees aro lo the success of our 
business. We aro pleased to offer paid 
training, a competitive base plus 
commission and a benefits package that 
Includes medical, dental, 401(h), discounted 
employee services and much more. 

Please call Recruiter (or an Immediate 
Interview: 

515-783-1561 

or o-mall your resume to; 
aroozeboom@modlacomcc.com 



Mediacom 



www.mcdiacomcc.corn 

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PRODUCTION 
WELDERS 

■ Full time First and Second shift openings. 

■ Brand new, full air-conditioned plant. 

■ Core Process is GMAVV. (MIG) with Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, and 
Aluminum, 

■ Must have weld experience in positions: IF, 1G, 2F, 2G, 3F & 3G 

■ Candidate must understand AWS Dl.l requirements, structural 
welding code, read blueprints and welding symbols, 

■ Can work with a minimal amount of supervision. 

■ Attention to detail and quality of workmanship is critical. 

■ Candidate must successfully pass a hands-on Welding and 
written Welding test. 

■ Pluses: Fanuc & Panasonic Robot welding experience, roll forming 
experience, Weld Certifications. Bi-lingual a plus. 

LDI Industries offers an excellent wage and benefit package including 
401 K, profit sharing, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability 
insurance and a Flexible Spending account. Product lines include Hydraulic 
Tanks, Fuel Tanks and custom fabrications using up to I" thick plate. 

Send resume or E-mail cmiller@ldi-industries.com 

LDI Industries, Inc. 

£ fl f industries^ J^SSCd*, 

mmmMM » Huntley, IL 60142 

An Equal Opportunity Employer 



Deadline is Monday at 5 pm for line ads, 4 pm Monday for Display Ads. 
Call (800) 589-8237 or fax to (815) 477-8898 for pricing information. 



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Office 



Full-Time 
Recruiter 

CryitalL&ko . 

Finish your work 
day by 3pm! 

Ideal candidate win pos- 
sess 1+ yfs reciting exp. 
In a manufacturing envi- 
ronment. Strong communi- 
cation and aim to delal 
are required. End benefits 
and competitive compen- 
sation. Please send. your 
resume and salary require- 
ments to: 2448@kc!lyser- 
vices.com 

EO£- 



Restaurant 

PANERA BREAD , 
Now Hiring Full Tlrr* A 

'. Port Time Day Shift 

Interviewing All Hourfy 

Crew Including Cashiers, 

Sandwich Una, Bakery 

Associates. Bussars, 

Dishwashers, Shift 

Supervisors & Catering 

Coordinators 

Apply In person, ask for 

manager on duty: 

Panera Bread 
730 Northwest Hwy. 
Fox River Grove 60021 
' 847-516-1166 



Office 

RECEPTIONIST/ 
SECRETARY 

Immediate opening for 
full time receptionist/ 
secretory for Fox Lake 
law office; computer ex- 
perience required; bilin- 
gual (Spanish) helpful; 
competitive benefit 
package; 

Contact Mary at 
847-587-2551. 



Printing 

Press/Collator 
Operators 

Corporate Express, lo- 
cated on Rt 178 In Crys- 
tal Lake, Is seeking jour- 
ney level press ana col- 
lator operators to work 
temporary. full-time, 
and/or part-time hours, 
over weekends or some 
nights. Prior offset web 
or collating experience 
is required, preferably In 
the business forms In- 
dustry. Earn premium 
pay to supplement your 
full-time job. Temporary 
part-time and full-time 
opportunities will most 
likely last through the 
holidays or become full 
time permanent posi- 
tions. For Immediate 
consideration, appjy on- 
line at wwwcomorate 
express.com clek on 
JOBS end search requi- 
sition #101 1 55 for press 
operator and requisition 
#101175 lor collator op- 
erator. EOE AA 



Sales 

EZ PHONE SALES 

Great pay hourly $S$ 
AM &PM hours 
815-75S-5051 



Sales 

NEED TO MAKE 

S550+ PER WEEK? 

Commission Based Pay 

Looking lor 3 outgoing 

people to help us promote 

and soil. Flexible hours. 

We are proud to soli 

subscriptions to the 

Northwesl Herald. 

Coll Gone 224-805-3598 

SALES 

Sell subscriptions to the 
, Northwest 
Herald 

In our store or Hold 
sales department 

* No experience nee 

* S12/hour - paid training 
"* Excellent commissions 

and incentives ■ 
+ Full-time and part- 
lime hours available 

Call 

847-924-8000 

Ask (or Jell. 

Apply online at; 
www.unltsdclrcutttIixi.cmTi 



Restaurant 

Moretti's Fox Lake 

Servers and Phone 

Personnel 

Apply In person alter 3pm 

164 S. Route 12 

847-973-1800 

ATTENTION 

Job Seekers 

According to the Newspa- 
per Association ol Ameri- 
ca, more than 4 In 10 job 
seekers say they read 
newspapers more often 
during their job search 
than they did before that 
limo. to connect with 
qualified candidates, can 
(800) 569-8237 today. 



Soles 

Well-established nation- 
wide provider ol superi- 
or property manage- 
ment services Is seek- 
ing highly motivated 
Full-time and Part-time 
teasing Associates In 
the Waukegan, ll area! 

Strong attention to de- 
tail, exceptional people 
skills, professional ap- 
pearance and sold ad- 
ministrative skills are re- 
quired. BI-HnguaL cus- 
tomer service and/or 
sales experience a plus. 

' Email resumes to; 

amy.bavolek® 
juprtercommunilies.com 
or lax to: 847.662.1462 



Social Work • S37-S42K 

CorpcnloravSlle 
Full & Port Time - Provide 
Individual, group & lamlty 

therapy for community 
mental health program. 
B77-224-O300 

■ osvchrjypsvchslati com ! 



Telemarketing 

TOP PAYII 

ADVANCEMENT!! 

With a no-ceiling com- 
mission structure. IPA 
Sales Reps,. Let their tal- 
ent and dedication deter- 
mine their Income poten- 
tial, We're seeking Indi- 
viduals with good phone 
presentation skills to sell 
our business develop- 
ment services to bus! 
noss owners throughout 
the US & Canada from 
our Buffalo Grove offices 
Our top performers are 
earning commissions ol 
SlSO.OOO+peryear. 

•550-S75K realistic first 
year commissions 
'Professional develop- 
ment training 
•Leads provided 
•Corporate advancement 
•No evenings or week- 
ends 
•Full benefits 

To schedule an interview 

Call Ms. DcRoso 

800-531-2542 

Gt forward resume 

Fax:847-495-6763 

E-mail; trisha.derosn® 

lpa-iba.com 
Equal Opportunity Employer 



PART TIME 



Accounting 

Part Time Accountant 
for growing' St. Charles 
CPA otfice West of Ran- 
dall Rd. needs someone 
to handle accounting 
and taxes lor small bus. 
clients. Family friendly 
hrs. CPA preferred. 

Send resume to: 
cpa178@prodlgy.net 



Accounting 

Tax Preparer 

Frea tax school. Earn 
extra Income alter tak- 
ing course. Flexible 
schedules, convenient 
locations. Register nowl 
Courses start Septem- 
ber 13" 
Call 847-372-9073 
Small toe tor books. 



Animal Cars 
Recopllonlst-FT/PT 
Exp pref. One of Lake 
Count /s largest pet re- 
sorts located in Waucon- 
da. Ookvlcw Pet Resort 
847-514-8958 



Childcaro 

BUS AIDE 

Crystal Cake area. 

Must bo at least 18 

years ok). Working 

w.p re-schoolers. Must 

be able to lift 35 lbs. 

Call Hugo 

815-338-8790 



Driver 

CONTRACTED 

DELIVERY 

7 Day Delivery of 

Newspapers 

Lake In the Hills area 
SSSOt per mo -3 to 6a 

Crystal Lake area 

5650+ per mo- 4 to 6a 

Hampshire area 
$900permo-2loS:30a 

Richmond area 

$900 por mo -3 to 6a 

Fox Lake 

$900 por mo- 3 to 6a 

McHenry area 

$850 per mo- 3 to Sa 

Ideal lor extra Incomel 

Must sign contract. 
Call 815-459-8118 



Driver 

- Scott Milk Hauling 
Part-time 

Bulk Milk pickup. Re- 
quired A CDL, tanker 
endorsement. 
or Fax resume 
262-724-5419 



MODELS/ACTORS 

Licensed Agency needs 

Talent for Modeling, 

Print Ads, TV Rim, 

Commercials 

and Movie Extras, 

Women, Men, Childron. 

No Experience Necessary 

Glamour Model Talent, Inc. 

312-337-1300 



SOMETHING FOR 
NOTHINGl 

Place a FREE 4-line, 7- 
day ad In Journal Classi- 
fied to sell any Item under 
S10O. Look lor the free ad 
coupon in our Journal 
Classified section. 



i MEDICAL J DENTAL,: 

DENTAL ASSISTANT 

Oral surgery office seeking 
assistant with experience 
In surgery or interest In 
learning. Seeking a well 
organized, motivated per- 
son who enjoys caring lor 
people. Salary is competi- 
tive, paid medical Insur- 
ance & exceptional pen- 
sion plan. This Is a great 
opportunity lo advance 
your skills & to join a team 
that excels In their field. 
Fax resume 847-623-1534 

DENTAL 

Gary Dental Associates Is 
seeking a friendly, profes- 
sional Individual to fill a 
part time position as a 
Front Desk / Scheduler. 
Mon thru Wed & 2 Sats a 
month. No evenings, exp 
prel. Call 847-516-1 100 or 
lax resume 847-5ia-i 103. 

Journal Classified 
600-589-8237 




Hoaflh Care 

Exp. Medical Astl/ 

Medical Billing 
wanted for a growing 2 
doctor .' practice . In 
Grayslake. We're look- 
ing for someone outgo- 
ing, dependable, and 
who has great work 
ethics to join our team. 
Applicant must be expe- 
rienced In phlebotomy 
and be able lo multi- 
task. Experience In 
medical billing pre- 
ferred. 

Please fax your 

resume fo: 
647-543-4173. 



Health Care 

Integrated Home 

Healthcare Service* Is 

looking to fill full and part 

time positions. 

•Marketing FT 

•PTRN 

'PT PhyBlcat Therapist. 

•PT Certified Nursing 

Assistant 

Please Fax resume to: 

847-548-2919 

Email: rollva® 

lhhacorp.com 

Call: B47-54B-2921 



Come See 
What's Newl 

Logon to 

UktCountyJoumilt.com 

and click on 

Local Ads - 

You'll find more of 
everything Local. 



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OURNALS 




HELP US CELEBRATE 
NATIONAL STAFFING 

EMPLOYEE WEEK 
Sunday Sept 16th thru 

Saturday Sopt 22nd 

Special rocruilmonl 
packages available lo 
promote your staffing 

company's positions 
In Lake County] 

Contact the 

NorthWest News Group 

Recruitment Team lor 

more Information! 

Phone: 800-5B9-B237 
Fax: 61 5-477-8898 

helpwantod© 
nwnowsgroup.com 



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OURNALS 



Health Care 

LTC Openings 
Available! 

Mercy Health System is 
a successful healthcare 
organization headquar- 
tered In Janesville, Wl, 
Join our growing LTC 
facility at MERCY HAR- 
VARD CARE CENTER! 

RNs/LPNs 

$$ Sign-On Bonus SS 
FuU-Tlme & Part-Time 

PM shift 

IL license & LTC exp. - 

preferred. 

CNAs 

Full-Time 4 Part-Time 

PM& Night shifts 

' COTA 

$$ Sign-On Bonus SS 
Full-Time. Day shift 
Physical Therapist 

SS Sign-On Bonus SS 
Full-Time, Day shift 

CPTA 

SS Sign-On Bonus SS 
Part-Time, Day shift 

Enjoy good staffing ra- 
tios & career growth op- 
portunities in addition to 
an outstanding benefits 
pkg. for full-time posi- 
tions, Including health & 
dental Insurance, retire- 
ment plans, & tuition re- 
imbursement. For con 
sidorallon, please apply 
on-line at: 

www. 

morcyheolthsyslem. 

org 

Or, call our Jobline at: 
1-877-408-9383. 

^MKOrHtALTItSYMlM 



Cffllce 

Dent a I/Oft ho Asst. 

Ouaity Barrington prac- 
tice seeking exp. 
chalrslde asst. Great 
hours/be nefits/salary. 
Fax resume: 
847-381-7002 




OPTICIAN/OPTICAL 



Seeking career oriented 

Individual. Exp a plus. 

Excellent compensation 
;g; Banington Eye 
are Center. 847-381- 

5313 Fax resume: 847- 

381-5468 



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Physical Therapist 

Lake Villa Office 

M.W,R2-6pm 

847-265-5600 



GET YOUR CLASS A CDL 
Make $700-51 200 week + 
Benefits after training. 
Low Cash price-Financing- 
Company Backed Options. 
Room, Board & 
Transportation Included. 
Call 1-877-554-380O . 

HON SCHOOL GRADUATES 

, Train & Serve part-time In 

the Army National Guard 

Receive 100% college 

tuition, 
$20,000 cash enlistment 
bonus and an excellent 

paycheck. 
Cain -BOO- Go- Guard or 

visit 

www. 1 •80O-Go-Guard.com 

«ww.mchonrycounlvipo<1*.corn 
Local Sports Attitude. . 



Home Inspection 

Licensing course begins 

September 21. It will be 

held over 2 three day 

weekends. 

Runs through Sept 30. 

Financing available. 

Apply Online. 

www.HITS-PLUS.com 

■ 847-5688373 , 



Rental Facte 

Most renters consider 
rental . rates, floor plans, 
and location the most Im- 
portant Items of Informa- 
tion In a rental ad. Rent 
your property faster. wfth 
help from a Journal Classi- 
fied representative. Call 
(600) 569-8237 today. 



.Now Hiring! 

Hosts/Demonstrators for 

• Kitchen Craft Trade 

Showsl 

S55.O00-S70.0OO 1st 

yearl Training, Flexibility, 

Magnificent Trips! 

Valid Driver's Ucensel 

1-800-800-2850 

wmccokforlikfe.com/ 

careers 



TRUCK DRIVERS: CDL 
Tralnkj. Up to $20,000 
bonus. Accelerate your 
career as a soldier. Drive 
out terrorism by keeping 
the Army National Guard 
supplied. 
1 8 00-GoGuard.co mA ruck 



EMPLOYMENT 



ATTEND COLLEGE 
ONLINE Irom home. 
Medical, business, 
Paralegal, computers, 
criminal justice. Job place- 
ment assistance. Financial 
aid & computer provided 

if qualified. Call 

866-858-2121 or www. 

OnllneTkJewatertech.com 



Get Crane Trained) 

Crane Heavy Equip Training 

Placement Assistance. 

financial Assistance. 

St2-30mr Starting Pay. 

Oklahoma College of 

Construction. 

www.Heavy9.com 

Use code 'ILCNH' or call 

T-888-798-06B5. 

Ads that work pay for 
themselves. Ads that donl 
work are expensive. De- 
scription bangs results! 
Journal Classified (800} 
589-8237. 



SAFETY & SECURITY OFFICER 

Maintain security of Shah Or. (McHenry) 
bioVgrounds & satety ol stall/visitors. 20 - 29 
hrstok, eves. & wknds as needed. US grad, plus 
special courses/training in CPR or First Respond* 
er certificate, & 2 yrs rotated exp. req. Knowledge 
of security practices, first Bid skis, & ability lo 
deal calmly w/unpredictable incidents essential. 

ajNFB=BCE CENTER ASSISTANT 

Provide assistance for conferences and special 
events. 20-25 hrs/Wc denote scheduling w/eves. S 
wknd hrs. req. HS grad; 1 yr rotated exp. with MS 
Otfice Suite, ability to work under pressure & w/oV 
verse clientele, strong cornmun. & organ, skills req. 

CONTINUING ED/CLERICAL ASST. 

Provide clerical support for iho oepartmerrt. HS 
grad & 2 yrs related exp. req. Good verbal commu- 
nications, MS Office Suits exp., cust, Bervtcapecote 
skills & ability lo work Independontty req. 

Apply by September 2, 2007 

No fax or rxrai For more info visit 
wvw.mcrienn/edu 

f^^*^* HR Department 

| 1^^^^ '8900 U.S. Highway 14 

M^nrjCountyCofcge Crystal Lake. IL 60012 1 



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get it together. 



Find your dream fob among thousands ot listings from over 
90 local newspapers at ChlcaBoJobt.com. 

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Com mitm ent. 

It's what we expect. 

■ At Mtrcy Htatth Syitsm. devotion runt deep. Our 
•• expert staff puts our patients first by caring for them, 
and glistening carefully to their needs, Mercy's 
commitment to Its partners Is remarkable as well. We 
give our professionals countless chances to further ihelr 
knowledge and advance their careers, 

2j | This ded Icatlon was recently recog nlied by MRP. which 

' ranked Mercy »l In the nation in their "But Employers 

for Worktrt over 50 Program* as well as by Working 

Mother magazine, which placed Mercy on Its 20O6 list of 

the "Top 100 Companies for Working Mothers." 

J Contribute to our tttm and be rewarded 

with gtniroui benefits: 

Tuition reimbursement « Concierge services 

Work-to-retire program • Matched savings program 

Commitment lo lifelong learning ■ Low-lift program 

Clinical ladders • And morel 

To leam about our Incredible opportunities and to 
gain access to our easy on-line application process, 
please visit the Careers section of our Web site at: 

— mercyhealthsystem.org — 

Or, call our Jobline at 1 •877-408-9383. 



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Call (800) 589-8237 or fax to (815) 477-8898 for pricing information. 



2000 j 4000 

Announcements I Merchandise 



APPAREL /FURS 1 > 'ARTS /ANTIQUES; 



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MATERNITY CLOTHES 
1 2 Tops & 2 Slacks. 
Size Largo/X-large. 
$25./obo 815-477-3253 



Hand Pointed 5' Cross Cut 
Saw. Scene Is Country 
village In winter. $99.00 
615-338-7013 " 



BABVtTEHSai RREW000/ 

fireplace; 



- FEED1HSTBEAT— 

First Years 4 Stage, Very 
CleanlSIO. B4 7-462- 8956 



FURNITURE.CT ^FURHfTURE -. , -a j UWiUGARDEH -,■< ! WtSCELUHEOUS ; 



r LICENSED 

CHILDCARE 



AUCTIONS' 



Antfoch/Wlndmlll Creek 
All the comforts of home. 
Story lime, play lime, & 
scheduled activities. Small 
group has FT/PT/B4/After 
school (ate. HillCf esl/AES 
bus stop 2 doors down. 
♦B47-B38-5728* 



GRAYSLAKE 

Former toacher has 

Immed openings in my 

home. Meals, snacks 

and planned activities. 

847-223-3248 



FOR SALE AT AUCTION: 

196B Shelby GT500KR-' 

1957 BelAlr Convertible - 

1970Suporblrd. 

The Branson Auction 

Oct 19-20. 

Call now to bid or consign 

600-335-3063. 
www.bransonauction.com 



GIVEAWAY ITEMS:] 

BUNNY- Dwarf Indoor writ 
bunny, inefs cage & sup- 
plies, S10. 815-8146287 



WHITE SOX JACKET 

Leather - XL 

NEW S99! 847-530-0367 



HUTCH - A Simple PINE Fisher 



APPLIANCES 



Design w/ Glost; Doors on 
Top, mid 180Q's. great w/ 
entry or cttg stylo. S599. 
630-879-6440 



LESSEES 

I Price, Baby E 



instalr 
& Morel Sm tot In like new 
cond. Take ALL tor$15l 
847-462-8956 



FiREPCACE^CASTlROU 

FRANKLIN STOVE 

w/ Screen, Log HoWor & 

Swing Out Cooking Grate, 

550.815-385-3858 



j FURNITURE: 



AIR CONDITIONERS (2) 
Window AC- 5000 BTU 
S45/oach. 815-479-0492 



_ Period lor Dresser. 34'H « 
!) P6~W, S35. 815-356-9620 | 



STROLLER & CAR SEAT raoiREWORfTSTATION 



w/ BASE, Eddie Bauer 
Travel System, green/tan, 
S75/OBO. 847-658-0477 



for Computer, oak finish, 
S99/OBO, 815-375-7166 



Compact Reliigerator 

Chofmate 1 Jcufl, like new 

$25, 815-479-1264 



MIXER Kilchen Aid Model- 
A. w/ original bowl & works 
grt!S60tobo 815-385-8718 



DRYER- AMANA 

Oocfrfc & works wolll 

S95/OBO. B15-653-9914 



PORCH CHAIR 

Antique Wicker - while 
S99. 81S4 77-8381 



STROLLER w/ 1 If^ANT 

CARRIER -CAR SEAT 

Greco Trove! System 

S99/OBO. 815-444-9607 



BED- Blue Race Car Bed 
& Mattress, Little Tikes, In 
groat she pel No plywood. 
§60. 847-639-6730 



DRESSER w/ MIRRORS 
Sears Cargo Carrier; night 
stand, great condl Table & 
Chairs. $99. 847-254-5039 

ENTERTAINMENT 

CENTER 

Knotty pine $99/obo 815- 

568-8527 or 773-322-7448 

ENTERTAINMENT Center F 
Sauder, Lots ol Storage! 
$25. 815-179-1264 

FAMILY ROOM SET 3pcs 
w/ wood frame & plaid 
cushions, good cond, $99, 
815-344-9038 



vanity -OAK FINISH 

Table & Chair, good cond! 

S40. 815-881-5851 



CUSHIONS -Never Used! 
2 chair & 1 loveseat, puffy, 
straw colored with roses, 
$25. 847-658-4478 



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Solo, 2 Chairs, Coffee 
Table & Cushions, 
$50. 530-696-6869 



\ ^COLLECTIBLES: j 



jnopenodr-actoryi 
r deck 840 cards 
.815-455-7932 



MOSOUlTOFOGGER 

Golden Eagle ThBrmal 

Covers any size yardl 

Chem.irc, In exc condl 

$900. 847-812-6904 



Kerosene torpedo heater, 
Onlyused3bmes. S75.00 
815-238-7039 

I LaddER-A* I 

| aim. 599.61 5-728-891 2 1 

LUGGAGE -4po Matched 
Set, unique no key locks, 
S50/OBO. 815-344-1605 



$n Q W ElOwEr . W '" 
fits Cub Cadet 2 135 
Tractor, in good cond. 
$75rbbo. 262-275-0100 



BASEBALL CARDS 1971 
Topps, 50 Dilferenll $10 
815575-2051 



& tools: 



GURNEE • Two Openings 
Ages 0-4. 14 Yeare Exp. 
Reasonable rates, meals 
served. B47-223-3334 

(NGELSIOE FT Openings 
Mon-Fri, ofl ages. Prodous 
Treasures Daycare 
Julie ® 847-973-8834 

^'.UNLICENSED 
■ CHILDCARE 

Round Lake (Valley Lake 
Sub): Loving home day 
care. FT/PT openings. 8 
am to 6 pm. Exc rof . Call 
Yotanda 847-270-9002 

^PERSONALS - 

FREE BROCHURES 
WAKE UP 

with 

MAKEUP! 

MICRO TATTOOING of 

•EYEBROWS 

•EYELINE 

"UPLINE 

Also offering 

Electrolysis by Sherry. 

(Permanent Hair Removal) 

FREE Consultation 

647-249-7446 

ADOPTION : . 



•ADOPTION 1 
A Caring, Loving Couple 

Wanting a Family 

Your soilless net ol tovo 

will make our hearts 

whole. 

Caring couple looking lor 

a precious baby to chertso. 

Expenses Paid. Confidential. 

1-800-308^843 

LCFSUc. #012998 



Electric Hospital Bed, 
good condition. Sewing 
Machine. 815-385-7624 



DRYER - GE Gas, Super 
Capadty. 10 cycles, good 
condl $99. 224629-7197 



PRINT- Terry Redhn 

signed/numbered print, 

"Sweet Memories", retail 

S150.S75. 815-356-0155 



_ BOOKSHELF - Solid Oak FRAME for BUNK BED „., . . .. m .,™, 

BESSKERk^H SSSSSrfBffl white meN,^ublebottom HKH&2BB2S 
Tikes tot swing^S slide, exq 4 a ^, shelves, 72*h x 42"W lw!ntop$99.815-79O-9905 
X 10'd, $50. 630-377-5792 



condl S35. 647-344.2^50 



FREE ITEMS : 
Cardboard Boat, used In 
Regatta races. Basketball 
Backboard & Net. good 
condl FREE 815-356-8230 

Free To Good Home. 
Male, Yellow Lab: Great w/ 
all people £ other animals. 
815-344-8235 847-275- 
8057 

Guinea Pigs - (2) Female, 



DRYER -KENMORE 
Gas, Heavy Duty, Looks 
& Works Greatl Must Selll 
$1007080.815-404-6426, 



PRINT - Thomas Kmkade 
signed/numbered. "Cob- 
blestone Village" retail 
$265, S99. 815-356-0155 



TOYS- Misc Outdoor Toys, 
Stop2 & Little Tikes, largo 
& small, 7 pieces, $99. 
847-639-5107 



BICYCLES 1 

MOUNTAIN BIKE HUFFY 
"" [T, 31'H X 521 wl 



CHAIRS (31 



Futon Metal frame, wood- 



Don Russ Factory Soaled, 
Complete, Mint! Set ol 716 
Cards, S1 5, B1 5-575-2051 



AGRI-FAB46* 

TOW LAWN SWEEPER 

1 2cuft Cap., never used! 
$135/ obo. 815-568-8838 



OVEN &COOKTOP full sz 
built la blck glass, digital 
corrtrols$99.630 -466-0167 



RHEEM 2-TON 
CENTRAL AIR UNIT 
UkoNEWII $500/obo 

815-331-3091 



ROOM DIVIDER 6" x 3' 
high vintage oriental blue 
jay & floral paint on silk. 
$45/ OBO. 615-943-5685 

SCHOOL DESK -OLD 
wood & metal desk w/ Ink 3 > ^ s (ee | sfding & roof- 
well & swivel seat, desk ltd | ng panels. Colored & gal- 
raises, to store books, gd vanlied Over 4,000 so ft. 
cond, $30, 847-462-8956 Must tako All. $495.00 



S99oafobo. 815-477-3253 

Coffee, End, & Storage 

Tables, Blond finish. 
$60.00 815-338-6264 



19"dia Wheels, very good Computer desk $35; 
condl $25,815-363-0408 dining rpomj able 5ZO; 



l"™^*!!^^ COINS Uncirculated Rolls 
1 -Brown Redlner, 2-Blue & mattress cover. Good 
Velvet Lane Recliners, condition. $95.00 

847-689-9357 



Kitchen Table 48" oak 
pedestal round daw 

with 4 chairs + leaves, 
$300,815-451-5131 



of wheats, memorials, Jef- 
ferson's, State quarters, 
Canadian cents, $99/obo. 
815-455-2133 



AIR COMPRESSOR 

Craftsman, CGallon, 

150PSI,2HP,UkeNewl 

$99. B47-639-8094 



MEMORY FOAM 

THERA-PEUTiC NASA- 

VISCO MATTRESSES 

WHOLESALEI 

As Seen On TV. 

Twin $299, Full $349. 

Queen $399, King $499. 

All sizes available! 

Dormla-Comfortalre 

> Electric adiustobles ' 

$799. FREE Delivery. 

25 Year Warranty. 

* 60 Night Trial. 

1-800-ATSLEEP 

(1-800-287-5337) 

www.mattre85dr.com 



. Bridgeport Mill SI w/acu „ ,, ,, 

ELECTRONiCS 3 rite dro.pf, riser block, Kurt «w-5ib-i*" 
yjit chsyj rwiy w.&aa ^ flights. 2J Exc 

Co nd!$3800 224-305-3985 



RV COVER, Canvas, Fits 1 

up to 301t RV, $50/ot». ' 



BUILDING SUPPLIES 



file cabinet SI 0. 
847-982-8587 



DESK & SHELF UNIT 
OAK. $30.00 
815-455-2719 



KITCHEN TABLE Formica 
w/ woodgraln, 47x3514. +2 
leaves. $15. Woodstock, 
815-338-6562 



4x6 Infinity Car 

Speakers, 120w, 

$5500/000 

815-245-1453 



2 yrs old Only free to good Washer & Dryer Kenmoro 
home or classroom In- 90 Series, works greatl 
eludes cage & oil accos- 9°V ,r V 6 '/ needs wwsen. 
soiios. 847-516-3314 sor? S75/pr. 815-568-0364 



KITTENS - 3mos old, Free WASHER - AMANA 

to good home. Coll Eva at: Super Capacity, 4 Speeds, 



TOP DOLLAR PAID 

Antiques & Collectibles. 

One piece to entire estate 

(847) 436-5580 or 

(647) 394-5579 



B1 5-675-2409 



New Kitchen CaWnots 
Call (or Info, $50.00 
815-334-6512 



DESK - IKEA navy blue, 
exc cond w/ lots ot storage 
space, great for kids room, 
asking $70. 847-712-2537 



"LAZV-BOV CHAIR 
Tan & In good condl 
$50. 630-232-4165 



Sony 4x3. A steal at Only 
S350I 630-584-7363 



81S.236-91B9 



klTTENS-AbOAABLE 
lOwks old. FREE to good 
homo only! 815-568-0453 



1 3 Cycles, ve ry y cod cond I 
$99. 847-705-5339 



•ADOPTION' 

Loving Couple 
Your soilless act ol love 

will make us whole. 
Caring couple looking for 

a precious baby. 

Expenses Paid. Confidential 

1-1300-308-88-13 

LCFS Lie. #012998 

OPEN HOUSES 

Watch for the Journal 
Classified Open House Di- 
rectory every Friday, Sat- 
urday and Sunday. In- 
clude your listing by calling 
(80O)5B9B237. 



Kittens FREE TO GOOD 
HOME. Preferred II they 
stay together. 
615653-7200 

Marble Counter Top 70' 
with 2 porcelain drop- In 
sinks. Towel bars and 2 
light bars. Alt in great 
condl 847-609-5882 

ORGAN • Smith Amorlcan 
antique pump organ. 
Needs bellows 815-W3- 
3143 

SHED, B'xtO', metal. You 
dismantle and. move. 
Geneva, 030-232-6977. 

Upholstery Oak Plalfoimed 
Rocker. Needs, minor 
spring repairs, You haul. 
630-584-1262 



WASHER -HEiR 
Portable: hook up to any 
sink, NewS300. Sell for 
S80/OBO. 815-404-6428 



Washing Machine 1905HF. on goaf "^ 
Brammer Wooden, comp 
but needs metal band $09. 
847-961-5851 



DESK Dark 

STORM DOOR w/saeen SX^Jjuvlr* 



Oak 
formica 



Mattress & Box Spring 

-FuffSte- 

$40. 647-409-1838 



GAMECUBE - Used Once 
w/ 2 Controls, games op- 
tional, $99. 81 5-759-0136 



Craftsman Plainer Joiner 
8* w/ roller stand 
$99.00 
815-38S-8757-. 



Craftsman Wood Turning 
Lathe w/ tools & copy. 
$99.00 815-385-6757 



SLOT MACHINE " 
£99.815-363-1503 



MUSICAL 



INSTRUMENTS 




UR JHH top 62Lx23D, 6 drawers, 
545. ei> $7000 81 5.33a. 6 264 



BABY. ITEMS. 



WOOD TRIM tea 

1'x4* used, ALL for $99. 

815-728-9987 



DESK for COMPUTER 
Sauder, 3 drawer & file, 
honey oak, 59"h x 53*w x 
24'd, $35. 630-377-5702 



ARTS /ANTIQUES 



"BabTvTaTkeTT 

New Condition 
$15,847-471-0401 



BUSINESS EQUIPMENT! 



Oak Frame Day Bod wl 
New Mattress, Both In exc 
condl $90. 815-482-1348 

ORGANIZER SHELFwhlte 
with largo & small pa stoi 
colored bins from target, 
$25. 815-477-3736 



HANGING LIGH T 

Tilfany Style, wht ft mauve 

$20. 815-568-5259 



SANDING. BELTS 
3"x24"1-Lot.29pcs. 
$30,815-861-1094 



AM PLIF IE R 

Fender Acoustasonlc SFX, 
exc, cond Inc Cover! $500. 
630-584-5483 

■ SPORTING GOODS. : 



Antique Vctrola 

Record player w/ 

records 

& noodles. $235.00 

B15-38 5-4737 



BED for TODDLER 

tvfu'fo moral, exc cond, 

S10. 847-471-0401 



EEEEMSSpra 

GSrown, 2-Red, 1-Gray, 
2-Gruen, 2-Orenge, 

$25/aa. 630-330-5158 



Dining Room Toble 
Chippendale circa 1930 
withe chairs, extends 

lo banquet length, 
matching china cabinet. 

S850 815-451-5131 



COMPUTERS 



Wurlrtzor 

Organ & Bench 

Works good. 

815-385-0140 



ANTIQUES IN 

THE PARK 

Corner ol Peart & 

Park- Veterans Paik 

MCHENRY 

SAT, SEPT 8 
BAM -5PM 

Featuring local 

NW.IL 
Antique Dealers 
815-814-5391 



Bitty Baby Changing Tablo 
& crib, Single dresser & 
stroller. Great condition. 
$40./aliB1 $-529-5682 1.m. 

BREAST PUMP - Puroly 
Yours, $200* Now, Soil for 
$99/obO. 815-444-9607 



— BReasTpIjmT — 

Modela, Pump-N-Style 

DBL electric, works groat! 

$99. B1 5-260-9538 



Complete Computer Systm 
Pentium Compaq Prosario 
wimonilor. kybrd, mso, MS 
so ttwaroS99 647-673-3920 

Computer Cart Work Sta- 
tion Mobile, 29"x25"x50". 
holds 17" monitor, wht ash 
laminate color, $207obo. 
015-678-4234 



OTF~ 

Round Oak w/ 2 Loaves 

& 2 Chairs, exc condl 

$99. 847-659-9644 



PININB. 
jnd Oak v 



PATIO SET 

8 It oblong table, 

tempered glass top, 

6 swivel rocker chairs 

w/lull cushions & coffee 

table, EXC CONDI 

$100. Purchased sel 

from N.W. Metaicratl 

In Arlington Hoights. 

847-223-3453 



SonyTrinltron32"TV 
$200.tobo: Whirlpool 

Washer $1507obo; 

Kitchenaid Refrigerator 
$80/obo 847-387-8025 

Stereo Cassette Recorder/ 

Radio w/ 2 Irg Spoakers, cS»S«Hfl 

wood & glass cabinet, $50 

847-639-3034 



Croquet Sel 
— ■ Wood mallets & balls 
MEDICAL EQUIPMENTl In carrying case. 

Absolutley NO cost to you 

il eligible!! NEW FEATHER 
WEIGHT MOTORIZED , 

WHEELCHAIRS. Medicare 
& Private Insurance accept- 
ed. ENK Mobile Modieai. 
1 -600693 -8898 (Void In 



GOLF BAQ- CALLAWAY] 
* Never Used! 

$45tob0. 815-455-7932 



EXERCISE EQUIPMENT 



T.V.Celora- 20" Color 

NowlnBoxl 

$125,815-245-8075 



HOSPITAL BED 
$400. Value, Only $1091 
Inuacare Electric. 
815-301-5912 




T.V.Mitdub!shi-35 l 

$75. 630-365-5608 



adlinoExel 



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Medline Exel 3000, like 
newl $99. 615-385-8399 



AB Lounger 

Only used twice. $75.00 

847-754-5507 before 4pm 



DRESSER - Unfinished 
Pino, Drawer In great 
condl $65. 815-477-3736 



cni&w/ mattress 

Like New -exc condl 
$99. B47-462-1761 



Monitor, Sony 17" AND 

Misc Computer Equlpmnt 

FREE If You Take Au.1 

847-5165788 



APPAREL/FURS- 



china hutch 

2 glass doors, 3 drawers S 
2 storage doors, 599/Fimi. 
015-3546624 



Cftife. MATTRESS, 

HIGH CHAIR, SWING 

& CAR SEAT 

All for S99. 847-669-2009 



PRIMER -EPSON 1280 

Color & Works Weill 
S90/OBO.B 15-653-991 4 



Dresser 

42" Pine w/ Hutch 

$79.00 

847-669-5921 



DRESSER 

70" Pino wl hulch 

$69.00 

847-689-5921 



RECLINER 

Beautiful, Quality, Army 
Green Tweed. Ex. Cond. 
$99^Iirm 8I5-354-0624 



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ROCkER-LikoWewl 

Comlortablo & Lovely! 

S65. 847-516-2847 



T,V. Toshibalir w/Romolo 
& owners manual, 3yrs old 
in perfect condl $75. Con- 
lad Cindy: 847-462-8958 CANNING JARS Ball/ Ma- 
. son + others, various dies 
$ HOU BEWARES hr w/ scrow lids, 1 5 cents oa, 



AEROBIC RIDER -AND- - 
. NORDIC RIDER okc condl - 

MISCELLANEOUS:' i $35foa or eorwiw $co. • 

niiwwb**n» w B15-385-3492015-238-7817 ' 



DRAPES 2 Pair, blue/am/ 
white floral, blkout lined, 
custom made, 126 x 84, 

SOFA - Victorian Fainting $99. 815-5686834 

Sola, burgundy velvet, 

$900,815-382-2336 



815-4596130 



CARDIOTJDDE^WESCq 

Total Body Motion 
SELL FOR ONLY $30/obo 
815-621-8077 ■ 



"Concjote Wiiiard Rebar 
Cutter & Bender 



Exercise Biko - WESLOW 1 



Bombor style Loalher * Crank Wringer Made by p. RI B- Babla lulia white, irodto sell any 



SOMETHING FOR 

NOTHINGl 
Place a FREE 4-line, 7- 
doy ad In Journal^Cfassj- DRESSER w , HU TCH sol- 



Etfian Allen wl Mirror 
$99.847-409-1833 



SOFA-Down Riled U.Blue 
Plaid, A Very Comtyl $99. 
815-365-5608 



Torrarlumw/6land. 
White. $20.00 
847-6398572 



upright, measures d>s- 
. tanco A speed, like nowl 
$au. Bl&-/04-4lJ/rL»onoaj $4o.81S347-6905 



DARK ROOM Equipment 

complete, $50/000. 
Woodstock 815-338-6562 



TABLE- Rattan &<3 lass 

noturalcotof.beautifui, 
$99. B 15-332-2336 



LAWN&GARDEN 



Jacket, Men's 4XL, Zp In The American Wrlngor Co. 
lining, novor worn, tags still (fom | t e 1800's, S40. 
on. $90. 815-648-4784 847-961-5851 



LI'I Playsono, Pack-n-Ploy, $100. Look for iho free ad ^, h ^ 1 ^ d , 2 i^ 1 I J^ a ' TABLES- Elephanl Colfeo 
8 & 1 Utdo Tikos Gym + coupon In our' Journal * 1l "^* w ' B ™L v 2S« M 4t Tables & End Tables, $99. 
more! $90,847,722-1928 Classified section. ror,$99/obo 815-477-94 15 



cHAiHsAW — 

Sears Craftsman 16' 
$65. 847-903-4758 



224-623-2006 



Journal Classified 
800-589-8237 



GRILL, WEBER GENE- 
SIS, gas, w/sida burnor & 
cover. $99 815-913-6226 

HJC DIRT BIKE 
HELMETS Kids-2sm, 
1 xb, $40. ea. Good condi- 
tion. 815-459-6635 



flAaiL£.$uprvr 

* Tony UWo * 

Can deliver locally, 

$12fyQBO. 630-966-1194 



Imago 633 Stopper 

Like Now. $85.00 

815-455-6334 



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BEECWCEQuTMErff 

Nordic Track Cross 
Country Skiing Machlno 
Gre^t condition,. $99 Jobo. 
815-477-8485 

P'ates Workout Bonch & 
Tape, orfo $249, Soil for 
S95. 815-568-0834 



wmim?m temsimvm i^:mw^. • \ ; • v-;- ■■• twi :. ■ 



Transportation 



Troodmill (Sears) 

Very qckxJ condition. 

S1G07obo 

815-338-1167 




4TIRESMTOSBAL > 
On Ford Rims (2) P245 
60fl15&(2IP21565R15 
599. 615-568-5104 an 5p 



ISOOU-EQUWIEWT; 



Golf Clubs 

Women's Full sol, 
matched & bag. $30.00 
815-943-4146 

QOLF.SET 

Child's '4 to o & bag. 

$15.00; Adult S20.00 

815-943-4148 



W«W;n.l[«iW;W. 



L5750U»dfmonffiL 
orfr$75, 630-762-9255 



DOCUFIODSE-2"STO 
/8x 12-Qlngorbwad 
new $45,847-854-7980 



PARTS for "97 Ford Taurus 
doors, ion front fender, 
trunk lid w/spotler, chrome 
rims. W/P225/55R18 M4S 
(sho) $169. 615-404-6428 

Tool Box lor Pickup 
Comes with tocks & key. 
5' Wide Woodstock. 
$29.00 847-722-8348 • 



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JEEP vVfiANGLER 

* Barblo 2-Son!or * 

Uko Nowl Pd S250, 

AsklngS99. 815-356-9359 



PC Gomes 
Assorted lilies 

$2,00 8, Up 
630-232-0203 



$500. Police Impounds. 

Can from $5001 
Tax Repos, US Marshal & 
IRS Sales. Cars, Trucks, 
SUVs, Toyota's, Honda's, 
Chevy's & morel 
For Listings: 
1-800-298-1768x1010 



Pixter Plus electric Game 
by Male! incl's 9 games, 
case, worm light & touch 
pen for $80. 847-639-1 994 

10BOPEr/RED" 



1B96AvalonXLS 
Only $4,990 
Full Power 

Leather, moonroof 
600-351-5983 



2004 Buick Lesabre Custom 
.$13,990 
' Silver, B0274A 

800-798-0494 ., 

woodycars.com 

Woody Bulck-Pontlac-GMC 

2004 Buick Lesabre LTD 

$12 990 

light Cashmere, BO 117A 

800-798-O494' 

woodycars.com 

Woody Buick-Pontiac-GMC 

i 2004 Buick Lesabre LTD 
$12990 

Lkjrit Cashmere; B0117A, 
800-798-0494 
woodycars.com 
Woody Bulck-Pontlac-GMC 

2004 Corolla LE 
0n|y_$12,990 . 
PL/PW/PM 
CO. Cruise 
600-351 -5963 

2004 Ford Focus IX 4Dr. 
Sedan Low Miles. 4 Cyt, 
Great Gas Mileage, 7350B 
Only $6,995 
800-689-4828 

2004 Ford Focus IX 40r. 
Sedan Low Miles, 4 Cyt, 
Great Gas Mileage, 7350B 
Only $6,995 
800-689-4828 

2004 Honda Pilot 
Only $18,990. 
Leather, Full Power, 
3rd seat 
800-351-5983 



2007 Ford Focus SE 2005 Ford F-1 50 XL 

4 Dr. Sedan, Auto, AC, $13,990* 
Full Power, Balance ol Medium Flint, P0346AA 
Factory Warranly, P2395 600-798-0494 



Only $12,968 
800-689-4828 



2007 Ford Focus SE 
4 Dr. Sedan, Auto, AC, 
Full Power, , Balance ol 
Factory Warranty, P2395 
i Only $12,988 
600-6694828 . 

2007 Ford Fusion SE 
Full . Power, CO Changer, 
Low ' Miles, Like New, 
,P230fl Only $16,680 

800-689-4629 



woodycars.com 

Woody Bulck-Pontlac-GMC 

2005 Ford F-1 50 XLT 

Super Cab, 4x4, * 

Full Power, Low Miles, 

Hurry! 6169A 

Only $19,995 

600-689-4828 

2005 Ford F-1 50 XLT 

Super Cab, 4x4, 

Full Power,. Low Miles, 

Hurryl 6169A 

Only $19,995 , - 

600-689-4828 



2007 Ford Fusion SE 

Full. Power, CD Changer, 2006 Chevy Silverado 
Low , Miles, i Uke New, K1500 Ext. Cab, WF0216A 
$24,990 Medium Gray 
800-798-0494 
wcrodycais.com 
Woody Bulck-Pontiac-GMC 



2003 Hummer H2 

$30990 

G0300A. Leather, CDI ' 

800-798-0494' 

woodycara.com 

Woody Buick-Pontiac-GMC 

2003 Hummer H2 
$30990 

G0300A. Leather, CDI 

800-798-0494 

woodycare.com 

Woody Bulck-Pontlac-GMC 

2004 Buick Rainier CXL 
$14,990 

Medium Pewter, G0299A . 

600-798-0494 

woodycars.com 

Woody Buick-Pontiac-GMC 



WHOLESALE 

TO THE 

PUBLIC!!! 



f.V 



SUVT VANS HOUSES FOR W£j 



2005 Hummer H2 

538,990 

Ebony. WF0263 ■ 

800-798-0494 

woodycors.com 

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Irm Sharper Image 
* Uko New' ong-S90 

•1""S50 TAKES IT!! 

815-719-1991 



; WAKTEOTOBUY: 

FREE or CHEAP WOOD- 
EN FENCE PANELS to 
Contain von/ active tod- 
dler,' Pis Cll 847-658-4476 

PETS 1 SUPPLIES ' I 



1 956 Chrysler Concorde LX I 
Loalher, iGOK miles, new ra- 
diator, newer transmission. 
$200a/obO 630-377-8554 



2004 Matrix XR 
Only $15,990 
PUPW/PM 
Mum CD, moon 
800-351-5983 



AKC Doborman 6 weeks 

blacks & blues. Males & 

Females. S350 to $500 

847-774-8815 



AKC German Shepherd 

Pups: Top Quality. Slide 

show: www.myspace.- 

com/showana42. 

Into: www.shewana.com 

615-943-2020 



AQUARIAM 23 GALLON 

w/ Supplies & Stand, $75. 

630-696-6889 



CAGES for Pigeon Breed- 
ing, can be used inside or 
outside, 2 Cages for $50. 
847-516-8935 



2004 Pontlac Grand 
GTP S15.990 
Parchment/dark Powler, 
WF0296, 800-798-0494 

1999 InlinlM 045 woodycars.com 
$11,990, G0140A, Ithr In- Woody Buick-Pontiac-GMC 
lorior, Mid seats, Alloys 
antilock brakes, 800-796- 
0494, woodycars.com 
Woody Bulck-Pontlac-GMC 

2000 Buick Lesabre custom 
$9990 

Medium Blue, B0265A 
800-798-O494 
woodycars.com 
Woody Buick-Pontiac-GMC 

2000 Buick Lesabre custom 

$9990 

Medium Blue, B0265A 

600-798-0494 

woodycars.com • 

Woody Buick-Pontiac-GMC 

2000 Buick LoSabro Lmld. 
Leather, Heated seats. 

ol the Goodlesl 

P2270B. Only $6,990. 

830-669-6060 

2000 Pontlac Grand Prix ' 

$6990 

Tan, P0096A 

600-798-0494 

wo6dycars.com 

Woody Pontiac-Bulck-GMC 

2000 Ponllac Grand Prix 

$6,990 

Tan, P0098A. 

800-7984)494 

woodycars.com 



P2306 Only $16,860 
■ 800-6894826 

2007 Pontlac G5GT 
$18,990 . 

Dark Gray, iwfozN 

600-798-0494, 

woodycars.com 

WoodyBulck-Pontlac-GMC 

2007 Ponllac G5GT 
$18,990 

I . Dark Gray, mrozji 
800-798-0494, 
woodycars.com 
WoodyBulck-Pontiae-GMC 

2007PontiacG8 

$17990 

WFG274, Light Taupe 

800-798-0494 

woodycars.com 

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2007 Pontlac G6 

$17990 

WF0274. Light Taupe 

800-798^494 

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2004 raid LloMning 
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Only 17,000 miles. 
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$29,900 firm 
Call Dill: 847-322-76M 



2005 Lexus RX 330 

$33 990 

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2005 Mazda Tributes 
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BAYLINER CAPRI 2150 
5.7L, swim platforms, 
calkins tandem trailer, new S405.000 
tires. Free winter storage. 
$4,999, 630-965-7030 



MARENGO ESTATE 
$65,600 DOWN 5% INT, 
M17ftn n frtQ9»T«lll 

Price Redifced .$100,000 
Gorgoous 3 Woodod Aaes 
2400 sq fl RANCH Brick ft 
Redwood. ..New kitchen, 
cherry cabinets,' granite 
lops, ceramic floors, appls. 
2 new coramlc balhs with 
whirlpool. Living rm. frplc; 
vaulted wood celling, oak 
lioora, donrTrolc. 3-4 BR's, 
oak floors, 22x30 fam. rm, 
ceramic floors, stfdera to 
brick paiio and sidewalks. 
10x20 dock, 3 car garage 
w/25x38 T* fir exc fir office, 
815-9434008 




2005 Mercury Mariner 

Leather, Full power, 

3,0L, V4, P2490 

Only $16,988 

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PONTOON BOAT Crest 
25' 40HP, Fisherman wilh 
trallar, S4,250fabo. 815- 
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&RVs 



2005 Trailblazer 4x4 

Only $14,990. 

PL/PW/PM 

AC, CD 

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2005 Yukon XL Donail 

$29990 

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2005 Yukon XL Denall 

S29990 

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600-7984494 

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Electric Single stop for RV 
Magnet motor, $75.00 
647-530-1547 



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Legend Lakes Beauty! 

4bdrm,3bath.full - 

bsmt, prof landscaped, 

premium lot. 1" floor 

den or poss 5* 1 bdrm, 

2"" fir laundry. MUST 

SEEI $379,900 

OPEN HOUSE 

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615-861-2642 



FLOORMAT- RUBBER 
Industrial, black. Ihick, 4x6 
NEW $49. 630-762-9255 



MOTORCYCLES 



Round Lake- 3BR, 2.5BA. 
Full Bsmt, Fncd Yrd. Huge 
Mstr Ste. Marietta Rumps 
C-21 Lullo 630-789-4626 



CONLWS/TOWNHCHES 
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2005 HONDA VTX 1300R Crystal Uke: 2 BR LuxuiV 
Mint condition, silver, 1500 Condo. Over 1200 sq II. 2 
miles. Some custom work, Lg baths, 2 walk-In closets, 



200G GMC Envoy XL 

$23990 

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800-798-0494 

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2006 GMC Envoy XL ■ 

$23 990 

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$29990 

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windshield and helmet 
$7,000. 847-726-7575 

2006 YAMAHA YZ 8 5 

Excellent condition! Must 
Seo!S1900 815-7904978 

MINI CHOPPER - Newer 
black, custom built, over 
$500 invested, will sell for 
S450/OBO. 630-2004009 



w/d, pool w/ litness center. 
S172.900 630-750-3777 



GURNEETH 

2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 

2 story, 1 car garage. 

SIBO.OOO 224-381-5909 



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Motorcycles for sale. 

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OPEN HOUSE 
• G raystakefWildwood • 

Royal Oak Condos 

Largo 1 BR SI 05,900 

2 BR, 1ba $115,900 

2BR2ba $139,000 

Willi Indoor Parking 

Just Nortli of Ft! 120 

On Gages Uke Rd 

Between RT. 45 

& Hunt Club Rd. 

IGLR.E. 847-548-5100 




2006 Mercury Mountaineer 
AWD, Luxury, Navigation. 
Lealher, Moonrool. 
Factory Warranty, P2393 
Only $26,939 
800-689-4828 

2007 Buick Rainier CXL 
AWD, Call Nowl 
Cashmere, WF0248 
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2007 Chevrolet HHR 

$19,990, Stk*WF0273 

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600-7984494, 

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2007 Chevy Trailblaier LS 

$21,990 I 

WF0269. Light Gray 

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SERVICES' 

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OPEN HOUSE 
• GrayslakoAViktwood • 

Royal Oak Condos 

UrgolBR $105,900 

2 BR, 1 ba $115,900 

2 BR 3ba $139,900 

With Garage 

Just North of Rt 120 

On Gages Lake Rd 

Between RT. 45 

& Hum Club Rd, 

iGL RE. 647-548-5100 



Barrlnglon/Dccr Park 
1 acre, largo 4 bdrm, 

3 both, all brick. 
3 car gar. $729,000 
* 647-5404713 * 



2007 Chevy Trallblazer LS 

521,990 

WF0269, Light Gray 

600-798-0494 

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Springfield, IL 62704 
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2007 Honda Element EX 
4 Dr, AWD. Full power 
Moonrool, Satellito Radio, 
8039A Only $20,990. 

800-689-4628 



VANS 



Gurnee 

Steeple Poinlo Stunning 

2 story 4 BR. 3.5 BA. 

3600 sq ft. 4 car gar & 

fin walkout bsmtl 

$484,000. Call Loti, 

Cornerstone GMAC 

630-616-3217 



1996 Chevy Cube Van 

16' box 72* high. 

59,000 original miles. 

6.5 diesel automatic with 

air conditioning. 

New: brakes, ballery ft 

tires. Well maintained. 

One owner vehicle. 

$8,900 

Call Bill: 647-322-7833 




. LOTS & ACREAGE 
FOR SALE 

CENTRAL MONTANA 

LAND BARGAINS 

40 AC with Pond - $89,900 

160 AC -Elk Meadows - 

$139,900 

160 AC with New Log 

Cabin -S1 89,900 

640 AC w/ Beautiful Log 

Camp - $649,900 
Unbelievable views, 350 
Class Elk. Huge Muleys 
ft Whrietaiis, Greal Pheas- 
ant ft Grouse Hunts. . . 
'By far the best land In- 
vestment opportunity in the 

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688-36 1-3006 or visit 

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Labor Day LAKEFRONT 
SALEM + AC -$74,900 
W BOAT DOCKI 

BONUS: Pay NO Closing 
Costs! Beautifully wooded 
walerfront on Kentucky 
Lake. Excellent financing. 

Call now 
1.800-7044154 x 1458. 

LAKEFRONT SPECIALI 
3.15 ACRES -$149,900 
Includes 2 Boat Slips! 
Wooded, park-like setting 
has 2 prime WF Iwmesites 
Great location on Ken- 
tucky Uke. Don't miss this 
one. call now 
1-800-704-3154x1466. 



GumoeWildwood 

Off Gages Lake Rd bo- ,„_,._,,„,. »„,-,« T 
tween Rt. 45 ft Hunt Club . J M SSV4, ni J L n l PJ ■ 
Rd. 3 bdrm. 2.5 bath, ^5 $44,900 Includes Boat Slip! 
car gar, lower level family Ready to bu.ld, paved 
toom with frplc. NEW car- m^s. pool/clubhouse 



2001 Odyssey 
Only $8,99011! 
Loaded! 4 door 
Reliable, Wow) 
800-351-5983 



pet, . hardwood floors, tilo 
and paint. New a/c ft fur- 
nace, some lumituro, all 
appl. $275,O00VFSBO 
MOVE IN NOW! 
847-367-4659 



2003 Chevy Venture 
Priced to sell $6,990 
Period for family or 
business. 
600-351-5983 



2003 Odyssey 
Priced ol $13,990 
PUPW/PM 
Only50K 
600-351-5983 



2005 Buick Terraja CXL 

$21,900 

Cashmere, WF0294 

600-798-0494 

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9101Rom8dellSt. 
6 mo old Unnar home 
In Talamore on premi- 
um corner lot. 4 BR, 2.5 
BA, Gourmet kitchen 
wtth all stainless appli- 
ances, Island, granite 
counters, maple cabl- 
nots/flrs. Huge master 
suite wilh hismers walk- 
In closets, tiled shower, 
soaking tub, Inc family 
room, formal living and 
dining rooms, oliice. 
Closels galorel Enjoy 
trails, pool, dubtiouso, 
playground. $359,900. 
515-201-1374 



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3 bdrni, 1.5 tialh, VWD, all 
appl, fenced yard, deck, 1 
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PUBLIC NOTICE 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
BALE OF REAL ESTATE 

LOCATE D AT 187B2 

WEST EDWARDS ROAD. 

ANTIOCH, BY 

COMMUNITY HIGH -' 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

NO, 117 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

Notice Is hereby given 
that the Board of Educa- 
tion of Community .High 
School District No. ,117. 
Lake County, Illinois; will 
sell at public sale the prop- 
erty commonly known as 
18752 West Edwards 
Road, Anttoch, Illinois,. 
60002, consisting of ap- 
proximately 41 acres ol 
vacant land" {the 'Real Es- 
tate"), by sealed bid, which 
bids will be opened and 
read aloud on September 
27, 2007, at 4:05 p.m., at 
the Business Office," 1625 
Deep Lake Road, Suite A, 
Lake Villa, Illinois, 60046. 
Bids -are due at the Busi- 
ness Office no later than 
4:00 p.m. on September 
27,2007. All bids received 
after Soptomber 27, 2007, 
4:00 p,m„ will not be con- 
sidered and will be re' 
turned unopened to the 
bidder. Facsimile bids will 
not bo considered. The 
award ol the bid shall be 
by the Board of Education 
on October 4. 2007 at SCO 
p.m., at its regularly sched- 
uled Board meeting. 

Starting on August 24, 
2007, a bidders Informa- 
tion packet will be avail- 
able at the Business Of- 
(ce, which shall contain 
the Terms and Conditions 
of Sale, a Bid Form, a 
specimen Real Estate Pur- 
chase Agree men, an 
ALTA survey prepared by 
R.E. Decker. P.C., and all- 
tie commitment dated July 
26, 2007. from Chicago Ti- 
tle Insurance Company. 
Any questions relating to 
the sale ol the Real Estate 
should be sent in writing to 
the attention ol the Super- 
intendent by facsimile at 
847-395-7553 or delivered 
in person to the Superin- 
tendent. A written re- 
sponse to all Inquiries shall 
be given by the Superin- 
tendent to the contact in- 
formation on the bid. No 
oral representations will be 
binding upon the Board ol 
Education. Additionally, 
no Inquiries may be sub- 
mitted alter September 24, 
2007,500 p.m. 

The Real Estate is com- 
monly known as 18752 ROUND LAKE BEACH 
West Edwards Road, AM- Approx 1000 sq ft, con- 

och, Illinois. The public venelent on Cedar Lake 



hearing In the Circuit Court 
ol this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on De- 
cember 18, 2007, You 
may be present at this 
hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

YOU ARE URGED TO 

REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF 
PROPERTY 

Redemption i can be 
made at any time on or be- 
fore November 30, 2007 
by applying to the County 
Clerk. of Lake County at 
the County Court House in 
Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information 
contact the County Cleric 

TRUSTEES OF ABS 

PSP& TRUST 

Purchaser or Assignee 

(Published 'In the Round 

Lako Journal, August 24, 

31 & September 7,-2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

PUBLIC HEARING ON 
2007/2008 BUDGET 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN by the Board ol Ed- 



ucation of Lake Villa C. C. 
School District 141, In the 
County of- Lake, Slale of 
Illinois, that a tentative' 
budget forsald school dis- 
trict for the fiscal year be- 
ginning July 1, 2007 and 
ending June 30, 2008, will 
be on file and conveniently 
available to public Inspec- 
tion at 131-McKinley Av- 
enue, Lake Villa, Illinois In 
this said 'school district 
from and alter 8:30 a.m. 
August 23, $007. A final 
public hearing will be held 
on September 28, 2007. 
The hearing will start at 
8:45 p.m. at the Adminis- 
tration Center In the Board 
Room. 131 McKlnley Av- 
onue, Lake Villa, Illinois. 

For the purpose slated 
above, the budget will be 
available for Inspection 
Monday through Friday, 
(legal holidays excepted), 
8:30 a.m, to 4:00 p.m. The 
office shall be closed all 
Saturdays and Sundays, 
and legal holidays. Dated 
this 22nd day of August, 
2007. Board ol Education 
ol Lake Vila C, C. School 
District 141, in (he County 
of Lako, State of Illinois. 

Is/ Ronald Vickers 



President 

' IsJ Terry M. Beadle 

SscfGlflrv 

(Published in the Lako 
villa / Undenhurst Journal, 
August 31, 2007.) . 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

80901 

SMALL CLAIMS CASE 
NUMBER 07SC31 22 



JASON M.DURHAM JR. 
end SHAV ANA SMITH- 
DURHAM 
PO BOX 471 
NORTH CHICAGO, 
IL 60064 

You are being sued by 
LEGACY PROPERTY 
MGMT SERVICES LLC 
DBA STATIONSIDE VIL- 
LAGE In tho Small Claims 
Court ol KENOSHA Coun- 
ty, 912 Fifty-Sixth Street, 
Kenosha, Wl 53140. A 
hearing will be held' at 
1:30pm on September 17, 
2007; if you do not op- 
pear,, a Judgment may be 
given to the person suing 
you. (A copy ol this claim 
has been mailed to you al 
the address above). 



We are attempting to 
collect a. debt. Any infor- 
mation obtained will be 
used for that purpose. This 
communication' Is from a 
debt collector. 

Daled this 28th day of 
August, 2007 

/o/JohnM, Heuer ' 
Attorneys lor Plalntifl 
Houer Lew Offices, SC. 
John M. Heuer 
(Slate Bar #1 01 5620) . 
Kirsten Fagoriand 
Pezewskl 

(State Bar 11025693) 
Jonathan D. McCotilster 
(Stale 8ar #1037740} 
Jennifer L.Anderson 
(State Bar #1030556) 
Sharon R. Long- 
(State'Bar #1020977) 
744 North Fourth Street, 
Suite 460 . - 
Milwaukee, Wl 53203 
Phone:(414)224-3500 
(Published In the Gumee !■ 
Wadsworth Journal, Au- 
gust 31, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE NINETEENTH, 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, . 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



I. ■ . ' 
• PROBATE DIVISION 

Estate of Elaine • W. 
Pauley, Deceased. 

, No. 07P577 
; CLAIM NOTICE ' 

Notice' Is given ol tho 
death ol Elaine W. Pauley, 
of Fox Lake, Illinois. .Let- 
ters ol office were Issued 
on June 28, 2007, to Eric 
R. Pauley, 24866 W. 
Grand Ave.. Lake Vila', Illi- 
nois 60046, as Indepen- 
dent administrator, whose 
atlomey Is Mark A DeRue, 
102 E, Grand Ave., Lake 
Villa, Illinois 60046. 

Claims against .the es- 
tate may be filed In the of- 
fice of the Clerk of the Cir- 
cuit Court at 18 N. County 
Street, Waukegan, Illinois 
60085, Room C-307 ■ or 
with representative, or 
both, on or before Febru- 
ary 20, 2008, which dale is 
not loss than 6 months 
Irom I he date of the first 
publication ol this notice 
and any claim not ; filed 
within that period Is barred. 
Copies of any claim filed 
with the Clerk must be 
mailed or. delivered lo the 



representative and to the 
attorney wilNn 10 days af- 
ter It Is filed, 

i Eric R. Pauley, 
Independent Administrator 
-Mark A. DeRue 
,.,•'•'' Attorney 
(Published In (he Fox Lake 
Journal, August 17, 24 & 
31,2007.), 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ZONING BOARD 

OF APPEALS 

FOX LAKE, ILLINOIS 

Public notice Is 'hereby 
given pursuant tea Peti- 
tion on file In the Village 
Clerk's ollice of tho Village 
of Fox Lake, Thai a public 
hearing will be held on 
September 27, 2007 at 
7:30 p.m. In the Village 
Hall, Fox Lako, Illinois, to 
hear the Petition of Fox 
Lake Sell Storage, owner 
of the following described 
real estate to- wit: 

PARCEL 1:' THE 
NORTH .100 FEET OF 
THE SOUTH 420 FEET 
OF THE WEST 200 FEET 
OF THAT PART OF THE 
SOUTHWEST. OF SEC- 
TION 10, TOWNSHIP 45 



NORTH, RANGE 9,'EAST 
OF. THE 3RD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN, LYING EAST. 
OF THE EAST' LINE OF 
SAYTON ROAD (AS. IT 
EXISTED ON MARCH '2, 
1950), IN LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS, 

PARCEL 2.* THATPART 
OF THE SOUTHWEST 
OF SECTION, 10, TOWN- 
SHIP. 45 NORTH, RANGE 
9, EAST OF THE-3RD 
PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, 
DESCRIBED AS FOL- 
LOWS: COMMENCING 
AT A POINT ON THE 
SOUTH LINE OF SAID 
SECTION. WHICH IS 450 
FEET EAST FROM THE 
SOUTHWEST CORNER 
OF SAID SECTION; 
THENCE NORTH ON 
SAID LINE 100 FEET: 
THENCE WEST. PARAL- 
LEL TO THE SOUTH LINE 
OF SAID SECTION. 200 
FEET TO THE EAST LINE 
OF SAYTON ROAO; 
THENCE SOUTH ALONG 
THE EAST LINE OF SAY- 
TON ROAD; THENCE 
SOUTH ALONG THE 
EAST LINE OF SAYTON 
ROAD i 100 FEET; 
THENCE EAST. PARAL- 
LEL WITH THE SOUTH 
LINE OF SAID SECTION, 



200 FEET TO THE 
PLACE OF BEGINNING, 
IN LAKE COUNTY. ILLI- 
NOIS. 

PARCEL 8; THE 
NORTH 50 FEET OF THE 
SOUTH 320 FEET OF 
THE WEST 200 FEET OF i 
THAT PART OF THE 
SOUTHWEST OF SEC-' 
TION 10, TOWNSHIP 45 
NORTH, RANGE 9, EAST 
OF THE 3RD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN. LYING EAST' 
OF THE EAST LINE OF 
SAYTON ROAD AS IT EX- 
ISTED ON MARCH 29. 
1950 (EXCEPT THAT 
PART THEREOF LYING 
WESTERLY OF A LINE 
DRAWN FROM THE 
NORTHWEST' , CORNER 
OF THE ABOVE TRACT 
TO A POINT 30 FEET 
EASTERLY OF THE 
SOUTHWEST CORNER 
OF THE NORTH' .100 
FEET OF THE SAID 
SOUTH 320 FEET), IN 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 

Location ol property Is: 
East ol Route 12 on Say- 
Ion Rd. 

Tho common address Is: 
145SaytonRd„ Fox Lake, 
IL 60020 



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Ingteside 3 bdrm 2 bath, 
lake rights, close to (rain, 
S1200mw,NOPETS.' 
847-265-7932 





ISLAND LAKE 2-bdrm. 
house wA>sml.,1-car gar., 
No pets. $795 + utillss 
S400 sec. dep. Day 847- 
526-5755 Ev847-526-8306 

JOHNSBURG. Lake view 
cottage on Ptstakee Bay 3 
bdrm 1 bath S995 mo. 
047-587-4445 

LAKE VILLA, 3 bdrm 
ranch. 2 bath, lull bsmt, 
deck, gar. No pels. $1300 
B47-5B7.1770 Avail 10/1 



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SPRING GROVE 2 bdrm. 
1 bath, bsmt, no gar, $900/ 
mo. agent owned. T. Gam- 
nes847-367-8666 x208 



^•■COMMERCIAL | 
PROPERTY FORRENT; 



FOX LAKE Rl. 12S59 
,'S 14 OH rtrxiis oftici 
SI500 Quisle Stocagd 
S75Anp 847-587-7008 



sale will be made on the 
terms and conditions that 
are available at iho Busi- 
ness Otlice. 

(Published In the Antfoch 
Journal August 24, 31, & 
September 7, 2007) 



Rd. 



UNBELIEVABLE LAND 

SALE! Saturday, 

September 15th. 20 

Acres only 

$29,900. SAVE $10,000. 

Plus, NO Closing costs. 

Subdivision potential! Big 

TN mountain acreage, 

spectacular views. 1 mile 

to Neklaus designed goll 

course. Near Tennessee 

river & recreation lake. 

Excellent Financing. 

Call now. 

1-868-999-2290x1477. 



847-4064001 



soon 

Legals 




rWODDSTOCKTTCRES" 
20% Down, 6% Interest 
3333 STIEG ROAD 

Gorgeous property with 
Great Views of Marengo 

Ridge, ZONED AG. 
32X40 Building, concrete 
floors, finished Inside, win- 
dows, 400 amp electric. 
I nsuiatedmeated/Drywall. 

20X30 Bam for horses. 

Septic plans approved. 
PVC fondng, pillars & gate 

Certified Bank Appraisal 
SagSjjWO 615-943-OOOa 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

AFFORDABLE SELF 
STORAGE 

Affordable Self Storage 
will dispose of goods lor 
nonpayment ol rent from 
units #125 and 117 be- 
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various household goods. 

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lake place at Allordable 
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September 15, 2007 al 
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(Published in ttie Fox Lako 
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September 7, 2007.) 

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Filed August 14, 2007 

Gen. No. 04 TX 3 

To: Willard Holandor, 
County Clerk of Lake 
County; Gary L Combs; 
Judy Combs; their spous- 
es, heirs, devisees, suc- 
cessors or assigns, if any, 
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County ol Lake 

Date Premises Sold: 
December 6, 2004 

Certlicate No.: 
06-20-119-011 

Sold for General Taxes ol 
(year) 2003; sold lor 
Special Assessment of 
(municipality) N/A and 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A; Warrant 
No. N/A; Installment No. 
N/A • 

THIS PROPERTY HAS 

BEEN SOLD FOR 
DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located al: 608 
Linden Dr.. Round Lake, IL 
60073 

Legal Description or Per- 
manent Index No; 06-20- 
410-011 

This notice Is to advise 
you that the above proper- 
ty has been sold for delin- 
quent taxes and that tho 
period ol redemption from 
the sale has been extend- 
ed and will expire on 
Novomber 30, 2007. The 
amount to redeem Is sub- 
led lo Increase at 6- month 
Intervals from the dele of 
sale and may be further In- 
creased II tho purchaser at 
the tax sale or his as- 
signee pays any subse- 
quently accruing taxes or 
special assessments to re- 
deem the properly Irom 
subsequent forfeiture or 
tax sales. Check with the 
County Clerk as to tho ex- 
act omounl you owe be- 
fore redeeming. 

This notice Is also to ad- 
vise you that on August 
14, 2007, a petition was 
filed lor a tax dood which 
will transfer til la and Ihe 
right to possession of this 
properly II redemption Is 
not made on or bofore 
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Slolo Of Illinois 

Department ol 

Agriculture 

Notico Is hereby given 
that the grain dealer li- 
cense ol Grayslake Grain 
.. Service, Inc., 2t North 
wSLS t2Sf iS n, S» ink? Seymour _ Avenue. 

hi™? ■ ' GfaystakriL has been vol- 

untarily surrendered. This 



,'• Petitioner Is requesting 
mn| following: A 1 ' Special 
Use to lease space for a 
pit'' rescue to lortunate 
pooches and Lab Rescue, 
Inc.' 

"' Sold Petition is available 
lor examination In the Vil- 
lage Clerk's office at the 



Illinois 



Fitness consulting and 
Education 

Addressfes) where busi- 
ness Is lo bo conducted or 
unll #64 belonging to transacted In this county: 
Michael Yasko consisting 18196 Elm: Street, Wild- 



Affordable Self Storage 
will 'dispose of goods for 
nonpayment of rent from. 






company has given formal 
notice "lo the Illinois De- 
partment of Agriculture of 
their election to voluntarily Journal, August 31 & 

Ror, Stochl. Chairman J™J^? n s f - JM*? 
Fox Lake Zoning "2*259* SSfiftfiSS 
Board ol Appeals fflnlwS 
Dated at Fox Latrejunofa bo ******* P"** up, or 
This 31th day of 



All Interested persons 
ere invited to attend said 
hearing and be heard. 

i Respectluily submitted, 



ol various household wood, IL 60030, 647-646 
goods, 4728; 

. PO Box 641, Gray dike, 
Disposal of the Hems will IL 60030, B47-846-4728 
take place at Affordable Mame(s) and post office 
Sell Storage 133 S. Rt. 12 or residence addressees) 
Fox Lake, IL on Saturday, of the person(s) owning, 
September tS, 2007 at conducting or transacting 
1 0:00 am. business: 

(Published In the Fox Lako Anglo Jonw, 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



August, 2007 
(Published In the Fox Lake 
Journal, August 31, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 

OF THE NINETEENTH 

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

IN THE MATTER OF'THE 
PETITION OF GABRIEL 
ISAIAH BURGMEIER 
FOR CHANGE OF NAME 

Gen. No, 07 MR 1080 

NOTICE OF 

PUBLICATION 

Public notice is hereby, 
given that on October 5, 
2007, at i:30 PM In court- 
room C-306, being one of 
the return days in the Cir- 
cuit Court of Lake County, 



contracted for purchase al- 
ter August 7, 2007. 

If you have any ques- 
tions, please notify the Illi- 
nois Department of Agri- 
culture, Bureau of Ware- 
houses, State Fair- 
grounds. P.O. Box 19281, 
Springlield, Illinois 62794- 
9281 on or before Novem- 
ber 5,2007. 

Charles Hartke 

Director 

Illinois Department 

of Agriculture 

(Published In the Round 

Lako Journal, August 24, 

31 & September 7, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

Stato of Illinois 
Department of 

Agriculture 



PO Box 
641, Grayalake, IL 60030, 

847-646-4728 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE : 
This Is to certify that the 
undersigned Imend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal full nome(s) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC 

HEARING CONCERNING 

THE INTENT OF THE 

BOARD OF PARK 

COMMISSIONERS OF 

THE ROUND LAKE 

AREA PARK DISTRICT, , 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS ,he business Is/are correct 

TO SELL NOT TO as shown. 

EXCEED $800,000 ft/ Angle Jones 

GENERAL OBLIGATION August 24, 2007 

LIMITED TAX PARK W Angela G, Jones 

BONDS August 24, 2007 

The foregoing lnst.ru- 

PUBLIC NOTICE Is merit was acknowledged 

HEREBY GIVEN that the before me by the porson(s) 

Round Lake Area Park Intending lo conduct the 

District, Lake County, llli- business this 24 day of Au> 

nois (the 'District*), will gust, 2007, 



hold a public hearing on 
the 13th day of Septem- 
ber, 2007. at 7.00 o'clock 
P.M. The hearing wil be 
held In the Community 
Center, 814 Hart Road, 
Round Lake, Illinois. The 
purpose of the hearing will 
be to receive public com- 



OFRCIALSEAL 

1st Stephanie Martinez 

Notary Public 

Received: August 24, 

2007 

Willard R. Hslandor 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published In the Lako 

County Journals. August 

" & 14, 



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Notice Is hereby given menls on the proposal to « "aLiSmhlr 7 
that (he grain dealer- It- sell bonds of the District In ri n7 ! J epwmoer ' 
I will present and ask that cense ol Grayslake Grain the amount ol not to ex- "",-"' 
my Petition in 6aid Court, Service, Inc., 21 North ceed $800,000 for the pay- 
praying for the change ol Seymour Avenue, merit of land condemned 
my name from GABRIEL Grayslake IL has been vol- or purchased for parks, for 
ISAIAH BURGMEIER lo untarily surrendered. This lite building, maintaining, 
that ol GABRIEL ISAIAH company lias given formal Improving and protecting 
MATHEWS be approved, notice to the Illinois Do- of the same and the exist- 
pursuant to iho Statute In partmenl of Agriculture ol Ing land and facilities ol 
such case made end pro* their election to voluntarily the District and for the pay- 
vtded, cease purchasing grain merit of the expenses Inci- 
from producers. Under the dent thereto. 
Dated at Waukegaq, HII- requirements ol this-vdun- . 
nois, Aug ust 1 7, 2007. . lary election, grain cannot By order of Ihe Presl dent 
Sally D. Coffett be received, picked up, or of the Board of Park Com- 
(Published in Ihe Anlloch contracted lor purchase af- mlssloners of the Round 
Journal, August 24, 31 & tor August 7, 2007. Lake Area Park District, 
September 7, 2007,) Lake County, Illinois. 
Il you have any ques- 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: 1 
A One Man Band 

Nature/Purpose: 
Entertainer 

Address(as) whore busi- 
ness Is lo be conducted or 
transacted in this county:. 



ni id i if* M/vrinc """i P 10858 no,t,¥ " toe llli* DATED the 9th day ol 220 North Southport Rd, 
PUBLIC NUlILt nois Department ol Agrl- August, 2007, * 



culture, Bureau of Ware- 
State ol Illinois houses, - Slate Fair- 
Deportment ot grounds, P.O. Box 19281, 
Agriculture Springfield, Illinois 62794- 
9281 on or before Novem- 
Nolice Is hereby given ber 5, 2007. 
that the grain dealer li- 
cense ol Grayslake Grain Charles Hartke 
tSorvice, Inc. 21 North Director 
Seymour Avenue, Illinois Department 
Grayslake IL has been vol- . of Aqricufluro 
untarily surrendered. This (Published Infrie Fox Lake 
company has given formal Journal August 24, 31 & 
notice to the Illinois De- September 7, 2007.) 
partmenl of Agriculture of 
their election to voluntarily 
cease purchasing grain 
from producers. Under Ihe 
requirements ol thls-volun- 
lary election, groin cannot 
be received, picked up, or 
contracted lor purchase al- 
ter August 7, 2007. 



Mundololn.lL 60060 

Name(s) and post office 

/s/CariHouser or residence addressfes) 

Secretary, Board ol Park | th a person(8) owning, 

Commissioners, Round conducting or transacting 

Lako Area Park District, business' 

« k E ^.^IM 1 " ^ Victor Fox 220 North 
(Published In iho Round Southoort Rd 

La*e> Journal, August 31, Mundohin, IL 60060 ' 



2007.) 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

AFFORDABLE SELF 
STORAGE 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
WOHK HARD PLAY 
HARD FITNESS 

Nature/Purpose: 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This Is to certify that the 
undersigned inlend(s) to 
conduct thB above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
truo end lego) lull namo(s) 
of til o porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
Iho business Is/are correct 



as shown. 

1st Barbara J. Noster 
• August 18. 2007 

The foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by the person(s) 
Intending lo conduct the 
business this 16 day ol Au- 
gust, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

1st Barbara J. Nosar 

Notary Public 

Received: August 16,2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published In the Lake 

County Journals, August 

24, 31 & September 7 

2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: 
HYPERAKTIVE PERFOR- 
MANCE SOLUTIONS 

Nature/Purpose: 
Automotive Performance 
Consulting 

Addresstes) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
423 Joron Trail, Anlloch, 
IL 60002, 847-421-9011 

Name(s) and post office 
or residence addresses) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Joe Oplawakl, 423 Joren 
Trail, Anlloch, IL 60002, 
847-421-9011 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This is lo certify that the 
undersigned lntend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal lull name(s) 
ol the parsonfs) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business is/are correct 
as shown. 

fe/Joe Opfawskl 
August 13, 2007 
The foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by the person(s) 
Intending lo. conduct the 
business ihls 13 day ol Au- 
gust, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Barbara J. Noser 

Notary Public 

Received: August 13, 

2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Publishod In the Lake 

County Journals, August 

17,24 & 31, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
Little Feet Photography 

Nature/Purpose: 
On location children's 
photography 

Addresstes) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In Ihls county: 



563 N. Emerson Ln, 
Halnesville.lL 60030 

Name(s) and post office 
or residence addresstes) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Leigh Wllcoxaon 663 N. 
Emtnwn Ln, Halnetville, 
IL 60030 

STATE OF ILLINOIS^ 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This Is to certify thai the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal full nama(s) 
ol the person(e) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
89 shown. 

Is! Barbara J. Noster 
August 9, 2007 

The foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by the person(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business ihls 9 day of Au- 
gust, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Barbara J. Noser 

Notary Public 

Received: August 9,2007 
Willard R. Helander 
Lake County Clerk 
(Published In the Lake 
County Journals, August 
24, 31 & September 7 
2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: 
LUCKY ONE TOURS 

Nature/Purpose: 
Tour & Travel^ 

Addresstes) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
1219 E. Oakwood Dr., 
Fox Lake, IL 60020, 647* 
973-8977 

Namo(s) and post office 
or residence addressees) 
ol the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Carolyn T. Lemkow, 1219 
E, Oakwood Dr., Fox 
Lake, IL 60020, 647-973- 
8977 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that Ihe 
true and legal full name(s) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

Is/ Carolyn T, Lemkow 
August 1,2007 

Tha foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
belore me by the per son(s) 
Intending lo conduct the 
business this 1 day of Au- 
gust, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Diane E, Corusy 

Notary Public 



Received: August 14, 

2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published in the Lake 

County Journals, August 

24, 31 & September 7 

2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
MUDOPIES AND 

F1RELFIES FAMILY 

CHILDCARE 

Nature/Purpose: 
Chlldcaro 

Address(es) where busi- 
ness is to bo conducted or 
transacted in this county: 
223 S. Stutter Si, 
Graytlako, IL 60030, 847- 
287-9246 

Name(s) and post office 
or residence addressees) 
ol the person(s) owning,- 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Melissa Slhau, 223 S. 
Sluaaer St., Grayslake, IL 
60030,647-287-9246 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This Is to certify that me 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the locatJon 
(s) indicated and that the 
true and legal lull name(s) 
ol tha psrson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are cared 
as shown. 

Isl Melissa Sihau 
August 9, 2007 
The foregoing instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by Ihe person(B) 
intending to conduct Ihe 
business this 9 day ol Au- 
gust, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Bridget S.Wilson 

Notary Public 

Received: August 13, 

2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published in the Lake 

County Journals, August 

17, 24 & 31. 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: ' 
NorthWest Performance 

Nature/Purpose: . 
Auto Repair/Perfor- 

mance Shop 

Addressfes) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
27992 W. St RL120 Lake- 
moor, I L 60051 

Name(s) and post office 
or residence addressfes) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Ian Roesner 3441 Cy- 
press Or, Spring Grove, 
IL600B1 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal lull namo(s) 
ol the person(9) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business is/are correct 
aa shown. 1 

Isl Barbara J. Noster 
August 15, 2007 
The foregoing instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by the per son(s) 
Intending lo conduct the 
business this 1 5 day ol Au ■ 
gust, 2007. 

. OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Barbara J. Noser 

Notary Public 

Received: Augustl 5,2007 

WiflardR. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published in the Lako 

County Journals, August 

24, 31 & September 7 

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ANNUAL TREASURERS REPORT 
., NEWPORT TOWNSHIP 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 2007 

Township Revenuo Summary: 
Property Taxes - 5175,899; Personal Property Re- 
placement Tax • 53.770; Interest - SI 0,794; Olher - 
SI ,868. Total Revenuo • $200,331. 

Townahlp Componsotlon Summery for nil elect- 
olflclala end employ ees: 
onge: Under $25,000: George PaveSch; Renee 
Doetsch; Marvin Raymond; Mark Dootsch: Richard 
Galgan; Katharine Newyear; Beth Hartford; David 
Mackie. Range: $25,000 • $49,999: Linda Ray- 
mond; Daniel Oziokan; Mictiello Eymor. 
Total Compensation • S1 47,506. 

IMRF- $157640; Fifth Third Bank -'$10,516; Evoy, 
Kamschulto, Jacobs & Co. LLP ■ $9,000; TOIRMA 
• S7.305; Linda Raymond - $4,407. All olher dis- 
bursements less than $2,500 - $1 5.795. 
Total Vendors • $62,663. 

Road District Rovonuo Summary: 
Property Taxes • 5509,073; Interest • S52.864; Per- 
sonal Properly Replacement Tax - 58,374; Olher 
S240, Total Revenue- $566,551. 

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Payne & Dolan Inc. - S49.572; Fifth Third Bank 
$31,41 1; Scott Ward - $11,480; TOIRMA • $7,189; 
North American Salt Co. • S7.075; Olson Oil Co. 
Inc. - $6,675; Pedareon GMC Truck • $0,253; IMRF 
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Summary Sta tement ol Condition 

Special 
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Expenditures 
Other Financing 

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190,994 
208.020 



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577,888 
228,142 



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360 N.Rt. 31* Crystal Lake, IL - 

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800/935-5923 

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815/385-2000 

www.bussford.com 

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847/551-3300 

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847/202-3900 E4 

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815/459/8200 B3 

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847/782-9400 G2 

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119 Route 173, Antioch, IL 

847/838-7900. D1 

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800/620-0722 F2 

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800/664-0896 A2 

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770 Dundee Ave. (Rt 25) • Dundee, IL" 

647/426-2000 

www.plemontegroup.com 



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630-584-1800 

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1998 W. MrKee at Randall Road • Baltvlt, IL , 
866/233-4837 B7 

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888/506-5283 G2 

www.classlcdlrectchevrolet.com 




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7225 Grand Ave, Gurnet, IL 60031" 
800/620-0722 F2 

www.anthonyponttac.com 






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Routt 31, between Crystal laie t McHenry 
888/794-5502 . C3 

www.garylangauto.com. 



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6305 NW Hwy. 'Crystal Lake, IL 

815/477-8600 

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39 H. Route 12* fdi Lake, IL 
866/RAY-CHEVY D2 

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847/395-3600 Dt 

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Route 31, between Crystal Lakt i McHenry. 
888/794-5502 C3 

www.garylangauto.com < 

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909 E. Chicago Street* Elgin, a 
600/758-1205 C5 

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300 East Ogden Ave.'* Hlnjdaie.il 
888/204-0042 F7 

'www.billjacobs.com 

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1051 W. Hlgglns • Hoffman Estates, IL 
800/731-5760 D5 

wwwilllJacobs.com 

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1551 W, Jefferson* Napervllle, IL 
600/731-5605 D7 

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907 N. Trent 51 (R13D* McHenry, IL ' 
815/365-0403 C2 

www.jlmpotts.com 





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